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Mzansi mourns kwaito star #RIPTsekeleke


'Fatty Boom Boom' star died on Tuesday night after a long battle with diabetes.

Mixon 'Tsekeleke' Tholo. Picture: Twitter

Kwaito star Mixon ‘Tsekeleke’ Tholo died on Tuesday night after a long battle with diabetes.

On Tuesday, DJ Vetkuk, a close friend of Tsekeleke took to social media to share the news that the Fatty Boom Boom star had passed away.
According to reports Tholo was admitted in hospital for quite some time due to complications related to diabetes.

“For the past ten years he’s been going through this pain…and it was wasn’t good to see him bedridden because he was bedridden for quite some time” said Oskido who previously worked with Tsekeleke.

This was soon after his fourth amputation.

A close friend of Tsekeleke who was reportedly at his bedside when he took his final breath, said that the kwaito star had spent a long time in constant pain.
“There was nothing more to cut. There was nothing more to amputate,” Mjamba said.
“When he spoke of death, I tried to discourage him. You don’t want to talk about things like that. He said he must go. It was too much pain, he said, too much.”

Tributes started pouring in for the late kwaito star.
Nathi Mthethwa, Minister of Arts and Culture Minister, shared his condolences on social media, writing: “We send our sincere condolences to the family and friends of a sensational avant-garde of Kwaito, Tsekeleke, who has sadly passed on.”

#RIPTsekeleke Let your soul rest in peace.

— My son:NEO (@MosiaNtaoleng) August 2, 2017
#RIPTsekeleke condolences to the family and friends of the Kwaito King 😇🙏 pic.twitter.com/vPrB8UZTdd

— just sva. (@Iam_SVA) August 2, 2017
#Tsekeleke made being chubby so sexy, he broke barriers and he was an extraordinary singer and dancer, goodbye pathfinder. #RIPTsekeleke

— KhayelihleKhumalo (@KhayaJames) August 1, 2017
South Africa is mourning the passing of entertainer popularly known as Tsekeleke. #RIPTsekeleke #sabcnews pic.twitter.com/mj1G3hJYgR

— Mweli Masilela (@mwelimasilela) August 1, 2017
I remember last year, when he found out his leg had to be amputated, Tsekeleke said he would rather die #RIPTsekeleke

— PELE FEELA (@GrootmanTebza) August 1, 2017
Lala kahle grootman. Thanks for your contribution to South African music. #RIPTsekeleke pic.twitter.com/nsyAgtqxDd

— Tweezy (@TweezyZA) August 1, 2017
#RIPTsekeleke l know you are in a better place #IBelieve pic.twitter.com/9eXhQliFrn

— #AmaGrootmaan (@OskidoIBelieve) August 2, 2017