“I’m Not Well” Zola 7 Confirms After Death Hoax. After being declared dead by social media users, Zola 7 has spoken out and shared publicly the state of his health. The Kwaito star, in a report by Daily Sun, shed light on his medical condition, revealing that he is not well but he is alive.
“I’m not well and it is true that epilepsy is very hectic and you need to learn about it. I faint most of the time but I’m not dead, I’m alive,” the publication reports Zola as saying. Zola 7 allegedly told the publication that he sometimes passes out for five minutes with the longest he has been passed out was for two days.
“The longest time I passed out was two days,” the publication reports him as saying. Zola according to the publication was open with his struggle with epilepsy, which he was diagnosed with three years ago. The publication also reported that Zola is taking different kinds of medication to keep himself alive. “I have to take different kinds of medication to keep myself alive because it may kill me. It’s a disease but it’s also chronic, it won’t go away,” the publication reports.
Zola 7 allegedly explained to the publication that he is speaking out so that people can be aware in the event something happens to him in a public space. “I was born with it but it is only showing itself now. When I fall on the street, just put me up, make sure there’s nothing in my mouth that can choke me. Cross my feet. Don’t take off my clothes, don’t put water on me or anything,” Daily Sun reports Zola as saying.
TV presenter Zola Hashatsi following the rumours about the death of the legendary kwaito artist visited him and shared videos on social media of him with Zola 7, showing that the artist is very much alive. The Kwaito star and the actor joked about how Zola 7 was allegedly dead. Hashatsi also encouraged Zola’s fans to give the star his flowers now while he is still alive.