THAMI SHOBEDE Wiki
Thami Shobede was a South African singer He was born 1988, presenter, and actor. He was from Mtubatuba in KwaZulu- Natal. Thami got four yeses on his first Johannesburg audition for Idols Season 11. He lost to Noma Khumalo in the final season 12 of Idols South Africa. Thami was a very talented musician with lots still to offer to the music industry. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends. He will be greatly missed
Watch: The entertainment industry has lost yet another incredibly talented musician after the untimely passing of Idols Top 2 Finalist, Thami Shobede. At only 31 years, he had captured many with his unique voice. We send our deepest sympathies to his loved ones. #RIPThamiShobede pic.twitter.com/mhUQnDgYBD
— Department of Arts & Culture (@ArtsCultureSA) September 12, 2019
Thami Shobede Age
He was born in 1988, as of 2019, Thami Shobede is aged 31 years old.
Idols SA Star Thami Shobede Is death cause.
Information reaching our news desk has it that Young and talented South African singer, Thami Shobede, Sthandwa hitmaker has passed away. Thami Shobede is said to have died today in the hospital where he had been sick.
— Idols South Africa (@IdolsSA) September 12, 2019
In an official statement about his death, Gallo Music’s general manager, Rob Cowling said “I can confirm that Thami has passed away. We heard about it this morning from his family as we were not aware that he was in the hospital.
Details are still sketchy about but he was sick and in hospital at Kalafong Hospital in Atteridgeville, Tshwane.
Idols SA Star Thami Shobede Died
He died at Kalafong Hospital in Pretoria according to his record label Gallo Record Company.
Shobede died on Thursday morning, September 12th, 2019 at the age of 31 at Kalafong Hospital in Pretoria, his record label Gallo Record Company confirmed.
“Gallo Record Company is extremely saddened and shocked to learn of the sudden passing of one of our artists Simphiwe Thamsanqa Shobede, fondly know as Thami,” general manager at Gallo Records, Robert Cowling, said.
“It came to our attention this morning that he was in hospital suffering from an illness and complications.
“His family went to see him in Atteridgeville hospital, where he passed away some time just before noon this morning. “The singer with the velvet voice and Season 12 Idols SA runner up was only 31 years of age.
“We don’t have any other specific details or facts at this time, and kindly request that everybody please respect the wishes of Thami’s family who will be issuing a formal statement shortly. “Our condolences go out to all his friends and family. He will be sorely missed.”
Shobede was admitted in hospital after collapsing when performing on stage at the weekend. His organs failed and he slipped into a coma on Tuesday.
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A lot has happened this year and I don’t think I could count it all one by one. As an artist I experienced what to me seems like the hardest year so far. My music remained getting into new audiences and I invested with @gallomusicsa as much as we all could to keep everything working for the good of everyone and it being December I think we did a great job with everything that’s happened. I also parted ways with my incredible manager @kimcopwatkins who I continue working with still but no longer on a full time basis. I single handedly with my friends @steve_morifi and @ss_sithole shot a self funded music vid (still to come) this was a true test for all of us but in the end an awesome project came out. And I am Proud. I also made the decision to finally get closer to my family for it is them that can hold my head up high without complaints. I also realised what a selfish friend I had been to all the people that had opened their arms to welcome me into the industry as a friend and Co-worker in the same industry. I had a brief teaching of who I need to be as a lover a friend a brother a son a nephew a cousin and as an artist. I gainned my first SAMA award nomination. And got to perform on even bigger stages than I have before which gave me an indication of what the future holds for my music. I lost my band due to financial constraints and have burned a lot of bridges with sound companies and some artists I worked with out of vision and hard work not knowing that the both need a financial backing. As much as I wish I could sort you all out I wanted you all to know that I am working hard to put all my depts to rest……. I mean who doesn’t owe any one?. The reason I am spilling all this out is because I have been writing an endurance test this entire year and I had to share with you all the good and the bad of what made my year Next week I’m heading to church December is busy but I will have time for both business and family. Stay tuned for my most amazing chapter yet. Called @thamishobede ‘s life in 2019. I have a feeling. It’s gonna be amazing. And to all who I have wronged I wanna apologize and hope we can get past all of it. I could have been Nsiki Mazwai🤔
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