Lebo Sekgobela, a popular gospel singer, was hospitalised for many weeks after her appendix burst.
The talented singer revealed that she spent two weeks in the hospital and is grateful to God for a second chance in life.
“I was scared. I thought I was going to die but my faith kept me alive. I don’t wish the pain upon anyone but am glad the operation was a success.”
She goes on to say that the appendix is the most painful thing to go through, and that she was going about her day when she felt a stinging pain around her stomach.
Her husband and manager, Lucky Sekgobela, insisted on rushing her to the hospital, and she was hurried to the theatre for an emergency procedure.
“I was in so much pain that I kept praying until we got to the hospital. I don’t know what triggered my appendix, but all I know is that thing is painful and deadly, if I did not go to the hospital straight away, I don’t think I would be doing this interview with you.”
The Lion of Judah hitmaker also disclosed that she had to cancel a few gigs and would like to apologise to her fans because she was hospitalised.
Lebp Sekgobela also admits that the illness caused her to postpone her upcoming album and forced her to stop writing.
“I would like to apologize to my supporters who bought tickets for the three shows I missed, I am truly sorry but there was nothing I could do.”
Lebo Sekgobela, the Lion of Judah hitmaker, also disclosed that she had to cancel a few gigs and would like to apologise to her fans because she was hospitalised.
She also admits that the illness caused her to postpone her upcoming album and forced her to stop writing: “I want to thank God for giving me life. I had to stop writing songs because I was sick, but now that I am home, I have started writing again.”