Shebeshxt’s Family finally releases a statement regarding the car accident

South African rapper Shebeshxt, whose real name is Lehlogonolo Chauke, was involved in a devastating car accident on Saturday night that resulted in the tragic death of his 9-year-old daughter, Onthatile. The accident occurred while Shebeshxt was on his way to a gig, and it has left the family and fans in shock and grief.

According to the Department of Transport and Community Safety, the driver of the vehicle sustained serious injuries, while a passenger suffered moderate to serious injuries. Unfortunately, Onthatile passed away at the scene of the accident. The cause of the accident is currently under investigation.

Shebeshxt’s family has released a statement asking for privacy and empathy during this difficult time. They expressed their gratitude for the outpouring of support and requested space to grieve the loss of their beloved Onthatile. The family described Onthatile as “the angel who warmed all our hearts” and acknowledged the immense pain and shock her passing has caused.

The news of the accident and Onthatile’s passing has sent shockwaves through the South African entertainment industry, with many fans and fellow artists offering condolences and support to Shebeshxt and his family. Shebeshxt’s mother has also provided an update on his health, stating that he is recovering in the hospital.

In a separate incident, Shebeshxt was the victim of a death hoax after an event host announced his passing at a gig. The host, Skhothane Sa Pitori, has since apologized and wished Shebeshxt a speedy recovery.

The tragic loss of Onthatile has left a void in the lives of those who knew and loved her, and the family’s request for privacy and empathy is a testament to the immense grief they are experiencing. As the investigation into the accident continues, fans and loved ones will continue to offer support and condolences to Shebeshxt and his family during this difficult time.

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