Lady Du

Lady Du is happier now that she is single. Image via Instagram @ladydu_sa

‘I cried like a baby’: Lady Du dedicates song to Mpura and Killer Kau

Lady Du shared a snippet of a heartbreaking song dedicated to late musicians Mpura and Killer Kau. Many have called on her to release the song ASAP.

Lady Du

Lady Du is happier now that she is single. Image via Instagram @ladydu_sa

South African musician Lady Du is still reeling after the deaths of her close friends, Killer Kau and Mpura. The two died alongside three other musicians while travelling to a gig in Rustenburg. Many of her fans have offered words of kindness and support after she shared a snippet of the song she made for the late musicians.

Lady Du breaks hearts with a sad song for her late friends

Most of South Africa was left devastated when they heard that amapiano musicians Killer Kau and Mpura died in a car accident. While many people have come to terms with the deaths of the young stars, those closest to them are still mourning.

A close friend of the artists, Lady Du, recently shared a snippet of the song which she wrote in remembrance of the late musicians.

In one of her verses in the heartbreakingly sad song, the singer asks God to make it rain while she performs so that her fans don’t see her tears, reports TshisaLive.

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She captioned the post:

“I cried like a baby.”

The fans react warmly

While many people urged Lady Du to release the beautiful song, others took some time to share words of comfort with her in the busy comment section. Here are some of their comments:

ok_majozi said:

“Drop this thing mzala.”

iitskeen said:

“O star sister..🔥🔥👏nothing more,nothing less.”

The singer previously headed to her Instagram page where she shared a very emotional clip expressing how the death of Mpura and Killer Kau has affected her.

She also asked people to understand that she isn’t only a celebrity but a human who just lost people close to her.

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