“Help me” – Late gospel star Sfiso Ncwane’s daughter cries out

“Help me” – Late gospel star Sfiso Ncwane’s daughter cries out

Sfiso Ncwane was a well-known gospel musician, and his gift for singing appears to have been handed down to his daughter, Snqobile Mzelemu, who has followed in his footsteps.

Ncwane died in December 2016, and despite the fact that it has been almost six years, Snqobile would like to pay tribute to him through song.

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SIFISO NCWANE’S DAUGHTER NEEDS HELP

Snqobile revealed to Daily Sun that she had written a song on her late father.

She informed the publication that she composed the song last year, but that due to a lack of funding, it has been tough to release. If she were to be helped, she claims she would spend the money on a single cover, photography, make-up, and other expenses.

“I’ve spent all my money on recording. I’m appealing to the public to help me release my single,” Sfiso Ncwane’s daughter was quoted as saying.

Her intention, according to the budding singer, was to release her tribute song in April, in time for the Kulungile hitmaker’s birthday.

“I was hoping to release this song on his birthday in April, but now I can see that it will be impossible,” she explained.

SNQOBILE’S RELATIONSHIP WITH HER LATE FATHER

The release of a tribute song to Sfiso Ncwane’s father would provide closure for his daughter.

Despite the fact that she did not have a close relationship with him, she claims to know he loved her.

“I wanted to have a father-daughter relationship with him, but the odds were against us. I know that he loved me. I loved him too, but we never got a chance to bond. Now that I am older, I decided to write this song for him to show how much I loved and needed him,” she said.

 

Sfiso Ncwane’s daughter, Snqobile, and one of his sons, Sduduzo Dlamini, went to court in 2020 to seek a piece of their father’s fortune from his widow, Ayanda Ncwane.

Sduduzo’s mother, Pinky Dlamini, defended the children in court, claiming that their stepmother and former Real Housewives of Durban cast member is dishonest and wants everything for herself, according to ZAlebs.

The two children demanded that Ayanda be removed as executor of the estate, claiming that she had stopped paying their support.

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