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What you need to know about Amapiano Gogo, Gee Six Five

Gee Six Five

If you’ve been on social media in the last week or so, you have probably seen an image or video of a new artist named Gee Six Five.

She has become so popular, in fact, that she is practically a meme at this point, often used when people want to indicate that they have no idea who someone is.

This is due to the fact that she is the artist behind a hit single titled Obani Labababantu (who are these people?)

Gee Six Five released it last week after months of working on it.

Olpha Selepe (65) is a grandmother and retired teacher who decided to take another shot at her music career in July after she left the teaching profession at the beginning of lockdown.

Selepe is a master’s graduate and currently working towards a doctorate at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Despite many makking fun of the song, it seems to have grown on them.

Selepe has grown on people after clips from a recent Instagram Live were shared on Twitter.

In the interview, Selepe hails her talent which she said should not be confused for bragging.

According to a relative of Selepe’s, Sbu Mpungose, this is the first and last time we’ll be hearing from Selepe.

In other news – Emotional scenes during Kwaito star Mshoza’s memorial service – Photos

“I am at a loss of words. I wasn’t ready to lose you, mommy.” Those were the words of late Queen of Kwaito Mshoza’s 12-year-old daughter, Pride that got many people in tears at her mother’s memorial service.

Her 11-year-old daughter Junior could not hold back and when she tried to speak, she just wept. All she could say as they were about to step off the podium was: “I love you mommy.” Learn More

Source: KasiDaily.co.za

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