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Mzansi sends Shebeshxt well-wishes after losing his daughter, and foot, in horrific car crash

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According to online reports, the accident occurred on the R37 in Limpopo on Saturday, June 8.

Shebeshxt. Picture: Instagram

TRAGEDY has stuck Mzansi rapper Shebeshxt.

The performer, whose real name is Lehlogonolo Katlego Chauke, was involved in a car accident, which claimed the life of his 9-year-old daughter.

According to online reports, the accident occurred on the R37 in Limpopo on Saturday, June 8.

It is said that the rapper was en route to perform at an ANC celebration concert before the tragic accident took place.

Shebeshxt’s daughter succumbed to her injuries and he lost a foot while other passengers sustained moderate to light injuries.

The “Twerka” hitmaker took to social media to write: “My heart is so so broken.. I’m trying to adjust to the accident that left me in trauma and so many tears.

“Losing my f##t was enough, not too lose my daughter hle modimo😭😭😭 I love you dearly Onthatile💯.”

Later he posted a picture of his daughter and wrote: “My life will never be the same without your presence ❤️😭😭.”

Fans and social media users have sent their prayers and condolences to the artist.

@rbson_selahla wrote: “My her soul rest in peace 💔 i wish you n your wife speed recovery during this difficult time only God knows.”

@Masolejacob007 said: “I can’t imagine the pain you going through am so sorry bro be strong we with you in this tough time.”

@HpPayi commented: “Ka time time Shebe we as your supporters we send our deepest Condolences to you and your family, Modimo a gofe matla through hard times and May her soul rest in peace💐🕊️💐.”

Earlier this year, he was involved in an accident en route to Limpopo from Polokwane.

At the time he posted pictures of his smashed VW Polo online with the caption, “Otherwise, ‘ke rata kereke I’m blessed by G.O.D!!’ THANK YOU LORDDDSHXTA!”

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