Njabulo Biggie Zondi did not die from COVID-19 related sickness or kidney failure. He died from chronic heart disease!ecently deaths have been credited to COVID-19, but Charlie Communications director, Ngecbo Mdima has confirmed that the late Gqom star
“RIP Biggie, working with you for just two months was nothing but magical. I will forever cherish our friendship,” wrote Ngcebo Mdima.
In a statement released by Charlie Communications on Wednesday, they said that Biggie was admitted at King Edward VILL Hospital due to his heart condition which he kept bleating about for most of his life. The Gqom star was 29-years-old when he succumbed to the heart condition on Tuesday night at 19:30 (CAT).
“He has been in and out of the hospital due to this chronic disease, sadly, this lead to congestive heart failure which caused the honorific musician to constantly struggle with breathing,” said Ngcebo Mdima.
“We hereby affirm that late Njabulo ‘Biggie’ Zondi did not die from any Covid-19 related sickness or Kidney Failure. His heart couldn’t circulate or pump the blood (systolic) or fill (diastolic) adequately, which challenged his breathing abilities.
“He was then admitted into the ICU under life support machines, as we were hoping for a positive response from Doctors that he would recover speedily, it was unfortunate that we received the devastating news of [the late Njabulo Biggie Zondi’s passing on the 30th of June 2020 at 19:30PM,” reads a statement released by Charlie Communications.
Biggie was affectionately known by his vast features previously, on the 28th of February 2020 he released his first and sadly last single Lokishi Lami which was steadily making waves in the music industry and was dubbed a rising star by the media community at large.
The South African music industry has yet again suffered an astronomical loss of incredible and gifted talent, Biggie.