Lvovo Derrango-Image Source(Instagram)Lvovo Derrango-Image Source(Instagram)

Lvovo Derrango Back To Living With His Parents After Health Scare

South African Kwaito artist, Lvovo Derrango, whose real name is Thokozani Sphamandla Ndlovu, has moved back to his parents’ home after suffering a stroke in December 2022. The stroke happened on the 23rd of December, a few days after Mampintsha his friend had a stroke that took his life.

The stroke happened while he was performing at the Indwedwe Music Festival in KwaZulu-Natal. His leg and hand were affected, and he was unable to walk. Lvovo was hospitalized and later discharged.

However, due to the severity of his condition, he needed extra care and moved back to his parents’ home. This has put to rest the rumors that he was at a side chick’s place that was circulating.

The 42-year-old artist has been going through a challenging time and has not been able to walk or perform since the stroke. Talking to Zimoja, he said:

It has been very tough for me. I have not been able to walk, my leg was affected by the stroke, and my hand was affected. My friends have been very supportive, driving me around and taking me for my check-ups. This weekend, they hosted a braai at my home, and it was a thanksgiving.”

Lvovo Derrango moves back in with his parents

Lvovo Derrango-Image Source(Instagram)
Lvovo Derrango-Image Source(Instagram)

He mentioned that the stroke affected his movement and made it hard to make a living. He thanked his friends and family for their support and expressed gratitude to God and his ancestors for keeping him alive.

“I have been going through a lot. I couldn’t stay alone at my place. I needed to be home to get assistance; I was immobile. It’s been a rough few months for me. My leg could not work, and I wasn’t able to do many of the things that I was used to.

“The stroke also affected my movement. I could not perform and make money. I almost died. I don’t know how I survived. I will always be thankful to God and my ancestors for keeping me alive. I thank everyone who supported me- friends, family and everyone.”

Lvovo Derrango shared that music has helped him stay sane, and he is now working on an EP that will be released later this year.

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