Shebeshxt Leaves ICU After Tragic Accident; Daughter’s Funeral Preparations Under Way

According to a family spokesperson, Limpopo musician Shebeshxt, born Lehlogonolo Katlego Chauke, has been moved from the intensive care unit (ICU) and is now recovering before his daughter’s funeral after a horrific accident.

The Ambulance hitmaker was on his way to perform at the African National Congress (ANC) Siyanqoba Rally celebration event in Lebowakgomo on June 9 when he was involved in an accident that killed his little daughter, Onthatile Gladys Chuene.

The tragedy happened at 10pm on the R37 near the Smelters Mine outside Polokwane, when his Volkswagen Polo collided with a big motor vehicle.

Shebeshxt’s family spokesperson, James Magoro, has stated that the rapper is doing well after spending time in the intensive care unit and following a recent operation, and they are optimistic about his speedy recovery.

“Though I don’t know where they did the operation on his body, what I know is that it was done and I think he was transferred to a general ward from ICU last week,” Magoro told the news agency IOL.

Magoro stated that Shebeshxt suffered major injuries to his right leg. “His leg is fine; he can walk with both legs. His leg has not been cast in cement, but the doctors did use a steel brace and a moon boot to assist stabilize his leg,” he explained.

Magoro stated that the rapper was initially taken to Polokwane Provincial Hospital following the accident, but was then relocated to Netcare Pholoso Hospital, a private institution, with the support of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema.

“After being admitted to the hospital late at night, he was not given enough medical care. A family member then approached Julius Malema, the EFF’s leader, for help, and he stepped in right away.”

He said that Malema financed his medical expenditures at the private hospital where he is presently being treated.

Magoro told IOL News that the rapper’s daughter, a Grade 3 learner at Northern Academy in Polokwane, would be laid to rest on Saturday in Lebowakgomo, Zone A.

He claimed plans for Chuene’s funeral were in the works, but he couldn’t say whether Shebeshxt would be able to attend.

“We’re waiting for the doctors’ final decision on whether he’ll be able to attend the funeral.” “They promised to give us an update by Friday,” Magoro said.

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