Entertainment News: Actress Florence Masebe’s son drowns

South African actress Florence Masebe’s birthday celebration on November 14 ended tragically when her 18-month-old son drowned in their swimming pool in Johannesburg, Channel24 reported. Messages of condolences have started pouring in on social media for Masebe, who has starred in TV shows Soul City and Generations, as well as in the first Tshivenda film, Elelwani. According to Sowetan the child was certified dead at the scene. Masebe often shared snaps of her son on Instagram and tweeted about him. She has two other children aged 19 and 12.

Nigerian musician Davido robbed in Sandton


Davido. (Facebook)

Nigerian rapper Davido (born-David Adeleke) and his manager were robbed on November 13 shortly after landing at the OR Tambo airport in the evening. The rapper was robbed of cash amounting to $55 000 while his manager was robbed of a Rolex watch. Explaining the robbery on social media, the Naughty hitmaker explained that he still has love for South Africa and that, from now on, not a day would pass without him praying to God. On Snapchat, Davido could be seen pulling out his chains and bragging that his assailants never managed to get the jewellery.

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