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Oskido Says Lebo Mathosa Would’ve Not Become Who She Is Without Boom Shaka

Oskido Says Lebo Mathosa Would’ve Not Become Who She Is Without Boom Shaka – South Africans were delighted to learn that the narrative of Lebo Mathosa was going to be visually produced.

Even the Twitter community postulated on who can be best to emulate the star who ceased to exist in the year 2006, in the month of October. The run-up suggested by Twitter fans was the likes of Bahumi, since they seem to believe she holds a striking resemblance, Thandy Matlaila and Zodwa Wabantu just to name a few. 

Oskido ushered to social media on the 9th of May 2019 to share an image of the iconic group of Boom Shaka, although missing the Queen of Pop Lebo Mathosa. Oskido revealed through his status his dissatisfaction of the advancement of the story of Lebo Mathosa.

He insists Lebo was an exceptional musician but her establishment in the music industry cannot be accounted without the influence of Boom Shaka in her life. 

This is what the caption had to say:

It was good to connect with Boomshaka today. I can’t believe a story of Lebo Mathosa is going to be told without them, or their story. Lebo was a great artist, but without these guys Lebo would’ve not become who she was. I know, because we put them together. Their story is that of many of us when growing up. Teenagers who had talent and were hungry to show our talent. We succeeded because we were one. #As’phelelanga 💪🏿

The story of the musician who was brought up from humble beginnings in Deveyton on the East Rand could have not transmuted and elevated her life and make a name for herself by her own efforts but she had those that were there to give her a push and her former group Boom Shaka was one of those stepping stones in her music career. 

Written by: Aphiwe Theodorah Mvinjelwa

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