He shared a video of his visit on his Instagram account with the former child and revealed that he had a great time.
ISRAEL MATSEKE-ZULU: ‘WE ARE NOT GOING TO DIE ANYTIME SOON’
Award-winning Gomora actor – Israel Matseke-Zulu recently opened up to kwaito legend – Zola 7 when he visited him in his home following the viral video of him looking frail and reports that he is unwell.
Matseke-Zulu shared a video of his telling the kwaito star:
“We are not going to die anytime soon. It was good to see you.”
In the video, Matseke-Zulu is heard talking about his struggle with gangrene to Zola 7, his operation, and more…
“In the past, I was so relaxed, but now I am on a fast pace. I was comfortable back then, but now I am more curious.”
The Gomora actor exited the telenovela in 2021 due to his battle with gangrene which caused his legs to become immobile and not shoot scenes.
He adds that he sometimes even forgets that he no longer has two legs and that’s well he’s been.
“I’ve been attending physiotherapy sessions and I have two more to go. They said I’ve healed quickly.”
ZOLA 7 BATTLES WITH EPILEPSY
Zola 7 trended last week when a video of him looking-frail went viral on social media.
The video has also sparked outrage from fans of the popular TV personality who demanded to know the intent behind the video.
Mzansi came out in numbers on Twitter and honoured him by donating money to his bank account.
The kwaito legend also made headlines in 2021 when it was revealed that he desperately needed financial assistance to cover the medical bills for his epilepsy.
He was diagnosed with epilepsy four years ago and confirmed reports of the illness in his 2021 interview with MacG on Podcast and Chill.