Hip Hop star and Moja Love presenter Sasa Klaas dies
The entertainment industry has been robbed of a talented star. Musician and Tv presenter Sarona Motlhagodi best known as Sasa Klaas has died. The 27-year-old artist is believed to have perished in a helicopter crash. While the police have confirmed the crash, they are yet to release the names of the members on board who died.
She was a jack of all trades and a master of all. Sasa Klaas was a Motswana singer, rapper and songwriter. Sasa Klaas was born in Botswana on 17 March 1993.
The late fast-rising sensation was raised by a single mother who happens to be veteran Anna Mokgethi. She mainly incorporated rapping music.
However, little is known about the helicopter crash and the police are still doing some preliminary investigations. Knowing that the Moja Love presenter was part of those on board, social media has been flooded with some heartfelt messages.
Fellow industry friends and fans took to social media to bid farewell to the star singer and Moja Love presenter. Here are some of the tweets that have flooded o Twitter.
@TheRealYaronaFM. BW entertainer Sarona Motlhagodi aka @SasaKlaas is no more. Yarona FM news is investigating the story and will bring you the details as and when we have them. May her soul rest in peace.
@UncleLeoMalomo. I still can’t believe I’m in denial. Sasa Klaas rest in peace babe girl this is really hard to digest, it can’t sink in. I’m really sorry.
According to her manager, the Kwaito Star died peacefully in her sleep with the cause of death still under investigation.
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