Toya Delazy, real name Latoya Nontokozo Buthelezi has announced that she will be dropping Funani remix soon.outh African singer, pianist, dancer, and performer
And she opens up about surviving almost getting cancer, luckily she got help before cancer could halt her music career.
“Another day to live black and unapologetic AF. Funani Remix loading artist announcement is coming soon,” she wrote.
On Monday she posted the main picture on her Instagram and wrote, “The Mother of Afrorave – first day out the house since being given another chance to live louder. I will be unapologetic about my Blackness. I embrace the dark matter it is mine – I embrace the light it belongs to me too, I embrace the masculine it is my divine right – I embrace myself and reclaim my identity Black is LOVE – may you find yourself within, introspect then reflect
Toya Delazy, who is the granddaughter of Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi, says she has nothing to hide.
On Monday the 29-year-old Toya Delazy who has since relocated to the UK was glad to be back home after a cancer scare.
“After what I went through – surviving getting cancer I am not wasting a second of my life on believing other people’s lies. I am living honestly till (sic) I give up the ghost. I have nothing to hide,” writes Toya Delazy.
On Monday Toya Delazy shared a snap of herself in a hospital bed with a caption that reads as follows, “F**k cancer precancerous cells were discovered and destroyed. Ladies, please take your PAP smears seriously. It can happen to anyone. I’m recovering at home.”
Let’s DEFINE: Precancerous cells (also called premalignant cells) are defined as abnormal cells that could turn into cancerous cells, but which, by themselves, are not invasive.
According to VeryWellHealth, Many people have heard of precancerous cells of the uterine cervix that are found during Pap smears, but precancerous cells may occur in nearly any region of the body: the bronchi, the skin, the breasts, and the colon.
With the release of the much-loved song Funani, Toya Delazy gave birth to Afro Rave after the video was shot from the streets of Tembisa in October last year (2019).
Tembisa township pulled through to witness the making of the music video, which was directed by Kyle Lewis and captured by cinematographer Rick Joaquim.
Toya Delazy from KwaZulu-Natal was also nominated in the Best International Act (Africa) category at the 2013 BET awards.
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