Emmanual “Mjokes” Matsane
In a assertion on Sunday, report label Kalawa Jazmee announced the death of Trompies member Emmanuel Mojalefa Matsane, known as “Mjokes”.
“It is with excellent sadness to announce that our KALAWA JAZMEE co-director and fifth member of Trompies, Emmanuel Mojalefa Matsane commonly known as Mjokes, handed absent in a vehicle accident,” the press assertion reads.
It goes on to say that the accident took location in the early hrs of Sunday early morning soon after 1 of the group’s performances.
“More info about his memorial company and funeral will be given during the week,” it concludes.
Sharing a message on their official Twitter account, the Southern African Songs Legal rights Organisation (Samro) wrote: “It is with excellent sadness to master of the passing of Kwaito group, Trompies member, Mjokes. It is documented that Mjokes (Emmanuel Matsane) died in a vehicle accident soon after a overall performance in Meadowlands. Condolences to his pals, relatives and followers.”
It is with excellent sadness to master of the passing of Kwaito group, Trompies member, Mjokes. It is documented that Mjokes (Emmanuel Matsane) died in a vehicle accident soon after a overall performance in Meadowlands. Condolences to his pals, relatives and followers. pic.twitter.com/Us9YzbTbnh
— SAMRO (@SAMROMusic) May well 23, 2021
Messages from followers and industry pals also arrived streaming in on the social media platform.
Yooh aowa ????Misplaced a Ghetto hero who generally believed, at ten several years previous you authorized us to use the Kalawa Jazmee studios with no inquiries requested . Love and light-weight to the Matsane relatives. I like yall??????? Rest IN Power FATHER MJOKES????#RIPMJOKES
— Steezii Maneezii ?? (@Kid_Steezii_za) May well 23, 2021
Condolences to the relatives , pals and music fratenity, your loss is our loss, what a legend, at our teenage lives Trompies have been thee music, thank you for sharing your talent with us????????????????Rest in peace bhuti #RIPMjokes
— pumla gugwana (@pumlag) May well 23, 2021
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