NEW BOOK: Maskandi hitmaker was a hitman

2016-04-26 07:23


iNdidane. (Screengrab: YouTube/Dr.BoneSA)

Cape Town – According to revelations in a newly published book by former journalist Eric Ngobe, South African muso iNdidane was a hitman.

The book titled Indidane Inkosi Kamaskandi reportedly reveals the Maskandi hitmaker’s dark past.

The Daily Sun reports that iNdidane, real name Mtshengiseni Gcwensa, revealed his past to Ngobe shortly before his death last year.

Ngobe told the Daily Sun that iNdidane asked him to reveal the secrets in a book only after his death.

According to Ngobe’s book iNdidane was paid to kill when he first arrived in Johannesburg and needed the money.

This allegedly took place before the singer’s career kicked off.

Ngobe said that Maskandi music rescued iNdidane from being a hitman.

On Monday Dr.Bone released a new music video featuring iNdidane, titled Noma Benga Khuluma.

The video was shot in Msinga where iNdidane lived before he passed on, filming at this location was the closest Dr.Bone could get to iNdidane to share his memory.  

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