DJ Mbali Umshove-Image Source@InstagramDJ Mbali Umshove-Image Source@Instagram

DJ Mbali Umshove Passes Away At 27

Amapiano musician DJ Mbali Umshove, whose real name is Amahle Nduli, has tragically passed away. The news of her death was confirmed by the family through an official statement on Monday, 24 July. DJ Mbali Umshove was widely known for her 2018 hit song “Umshove” featuring Kabza De Small and Leehleza.

Memorial Service Held in Maboneng, Johannesburg

The family announced DJ Mbali Umshove’s passing and requested privacy during their time of mourning. The statement expressed gratitude for the prayers and support they have received. Details regarding the memorial service and funeral were said to be announced soon. The memorial service for DJ Mbali Umshove was held on Wednesday, 26 July, in Maboneng, Johannesburg.

Statement by family-Image Source@Instagram
Statement by family-Image Source@Instagram

Possible Cause of Death: Allergic Reaction

According to a family spokesperson who spoke to Zimoja, it is believed that DJ Mbali Umshove died as a result of a severe allergic reaction. The spokesperson explained that she suddenly began to choke, and her throat swelled up, leading to breathing difficulties. Witnesses described a concerning scene where white and brownish fluid emerged from her mouth, and she struggled to breathe, gasping for air.

She was immediately rushed to the hospital, but despite the efforts of medical professionals running tests, she tragically passed away.

A Promising Career Cut Short

The untimely death of DJ Mbali Umshove has shocked many in the music industry and her fans. She was considered a rising star with a bright future ahead. Her talent and creativity were evident in her music, and she had big plans for herself and her family.

The sudden loss of such a young and promising artist is a significant blow to the music community and has left many mourning her untimely departure.

May her soul rest in peace.

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