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I wasn’t missing – Mr Jazziq speaks out after South Africans were worried: VIDEO

Amapiano star Mr JazziQ had Mzansi worried on Monday evening when he was announced as missing.

His friend and fellow musician, FakeLove, posted on social media on Monday, asking for people to help him find the Zlele producer whom he last saw on Friday, when he went to Cape Town.

Reece Madlisa also shared the post on his Instagram stories, asking for help.

Three hours after posting, FakeLove came back with an update saying MrJazziQ had been found.

Mr JazziQ

He said he spoke to MrJazziQ’s mum and that he was fine.

However, MrJazziQ posted a video on his social media, correcting the news about him missing. He said he wasn’t missing. He just wasn’t responding to calls on his phone, hence people thought he was missing.

“Guys, I would like to apologize about the statement that was put out about me missing. I just haven’t been on my phone for the past few days, so people started speculating that something is wrong. But I just decided to be away,” he said.

MrJazziQ also apologized for worrying his fans.

“But my deepest apologies about everything. I hope everyone is okay. I just want to let everyone know that I’m fine. Nothing happened to me. Nothing is wrong with me. I’m still in one piece,” he said.

-daily sun

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Itumeleng Khune

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