Tumi Tladi dead, Tributes pour in after the family

He seems fine and has only recently been active on social media. “Love like they’re leaving tomorrow,” he wrote in a recent Twitter post. “Only when the countdown is counting down do you really appreciate the ones you love, the little things don’t matter anymore.”

These tweets appear to be just another type of wisdom. Fans of Tumi Tladi panicked as rumors surfaced on social media of the rapper, dancer, choreographer, producer and videographer’s death.

The presidential rapper’s family has since issued a statement confirming the 30-year-old singer’s death. “It is with deep sorrow and loss that the family of South African hip hop artist Itumeleng George Tladi confirms his untimely death today.”

“Best known by his stage name Tumi Tladi, he is beloved by family, friends and the entertainment industry at large,” the statement said. His parents, five siblings and his niece will be in Johannesburg tomorrow morning (July 10, 2022). survived). and nephew.

The Trady family requested privacy during the period of mourning and asked fans to pray for them.

The cause of death has not been released by the family and details of the funeral will be confirmed at a later date. Tumi’s music career started in 2015 and he made a name for himself as a choreographer. In 2015, he released his first single “Punchline 2015”.

Recent songs include “Dumelang,” “Strong Enough” with Tyler ICU, “Basadi” with Rouge and “Moozlie,” and “Presidential” with Nadia Nakai and “Mustbedubz.” Tumi is the son of legendary South African promoter and concert conductor Peter Tladi, who choreographed for Cassper Nyovest and reached the top at the age of 11.

He trained as a dancer at Danceweb. In 2012, he traveled to Los Angeles, USA, where he stole the show by directing a music video for Willow and Jaden, children of Hollywood actor-singer Will Smith and actress Jada Pinkett Smith.

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