Bello no Gallo

Prayers for ‘Khula’ hitmakers Bello no Gallo following a car crash. Images via @bello_no_gallo/Instagram

‘God answered your prayers’: Bello no Gallo discharged

‘Khula’ hitmakers Bello no Gallo have been discharged from hospital following a horrific car accident that took place in Hluhluwe.

Bello no Gallo

Prayers for ‘Khula’ hitmakers Bello no Gallo following a car crash. Images via @bello_no_gallo/Instagram

Gqom’ duo Sabelo Mkhize and Zakhele Mthethwa, better known to their fans as Bello no Gallo, have been discharged from the hospital following a tragic car accident.

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The two musicians took to their social media on Friday 4 November to announce their recovery a few days after the car crash which took place in Hluhluwe, KwaZulu-Natal.

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A picture of Bello no Gallo in bandages and one holding a crutch, when leaving the hospital, was shared on social media.

Captioning the post on the Khula hitmakers’ Instagram, their admin thanked their fans for praying for them.

“We are proud to announce that Bello no Gallo are going home after the car accident. We thank everyone who was praying for them, God answered your prayers. From deep down in our hearts we appreciate your love and support.”

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According to their manager Simphiwe Mkhize, the two artists were on their way from gigging in Eswatini when the accident took place on Sunday 30 October.

Mkhize told TshisaLIVE that the artists sustained minor injuries.

“They will need to rest for a while before continuing their performances,” he said.


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After the accident took place on Sunday, a picture of the damaged car, as well as a picture of the artists receiving first aid assistance inside the ambulance, was shared.

At the time, Mkhize told Daily Sun that he found out about the accident when Bello no Gallo’s manager called him.

“I received a call from their driver informing me they were involved in an accident. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get all the details as the phone died. I also couldn’t get hold of the artists as their phones were off. But I saw their damaged car on Facebook. As we speak, I still don’t have full details of what happened and am still trying to locate them,” he explained.