Sasa Klaas Passes On


By  | Mar 07, 2021, 09:22 AM  | Sasa Klaas  | Top of the

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 Hip Hop artist and Moja Love television presenter Sasa Klaas is no more. Although the details are still sketchy, the 27 year old artist is believed to have died in a helicopter crash. While the police have confirmed the crash, they are yet to release the names of casualties.

Her fans who are heartbroken took to social media to reveal their grief.

We will update the story as it develops. May her soul rest in peace.

A few months ago the star, who revealed that she had contracted the virus and was in quarantine after experiencing symptoms for a few days before eventually getting tested.

"I tested positive for COVID 19. I had been experiencing symptoms since last week such as chills, fever and loss of taste and smell. Found out they were doing tests at diagnofirm yesterday so I went."

Not so long ago, she tweeted that she's COVID free. Sasa had to delete the first tweet because it disclosed some of her most personal information. "Had to delete my previous tweet because I exposed my ID number on my recovery certificate." She posted. "So again...I am officially COVID 19 free."

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She is now back to her normal self and gives all glory to God. "After 12 days of isolation, the virus has been defeated. My immune system is the girl she thinks she is. Glory be to God."

To celebrate the 54th Independence Day in Botswana, which took place on 30th September 2020, Sasa penned a powerful prayer on her Instagram account.

"My beautiful Botswana," she wrote. "I pray for the peace we once bragged about in you. I pray for the goodness, humility and values our people once shared amongst each other."

In her prayer, Klaas included those who are affected, directly or indirectly, by the Covid19 pandemic. "I pray that the greeting dumelang continues to mean something to us as a sign of togetherness. I pray we make it through this pandemic that has struck the whole world and that our economy will strengthen once more."

She also prayed for our beloved president to continue leading us in the right direction. "I pray for our leader to lead us into prosperity and that you continue to give him wisdom and resilience to get us through these tough times."

The musician wants our people to continue to support one another and build wealth. "I pray that our people begin to support each other and expand and integrate industries to help one another create wealth."

Most importantly, she praying for the gender-based violence which has struck our country. "I pray that our men stop killing and hurting our women. I pray our women are uplifted, empowered and strengthened to raise the next generation to become better."

She closed her prayer by praying for all the people of Botswana and his beautiful land. "I pray for you and I pray for your people everyday my beautiful Botswana. I have hope that one day my prayers will be answered because I know that I do not pray alone. Happy Independence Day ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ผ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ผ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ผ."

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Picture Credit: Sasa Klaas Instagram Account
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