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What you need to know about Singer and Moja Love presenter Sasa Klaas who died in a helicopter crash

Botswana rapper Sasa Klaas has left a void space in the Hip Hop scene as she departed Earth. The rapper and Moja Love TV host reportedly died at the age of 27 in a helicopter crash on Friday.

The memorial service of the media personality will be held in Gaborone at Malapo Piazza, Botswana on 11 March 2021. Due to the lockdown restrictions, only 50 people will be allowed at the venue and it will be streamed live for her fans around the world to witness her send-off.

Sasa Klaas

Kwaito giant Vee Mampeezy took to social media to pay homage to the rapper; “We will try even though we feel u went 2 soon, remember me and u share a birthday who am I going to celebrate my bday with this year Love u always SASA. JESUS knows all things RIP.”

Twitter was not enough to express how sad he is as he took to Instagram yesterday to celebrate her life and he was in tears as he remembered her. Another celeb expressed her disbelief was Samantha Mogwe who tweeted, “Sarona I am failing to comprehend all this and cannot even believe that this is real! Blessed to have known you, blessed to have worked with you! Your absence will be evident. Rest baby girl, rest.”


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Letoya Makhene and Lebo Pulumo

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