Black Coffee

South African-born disc jockey, known by his stage name DJ Black Coffee and born as Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo, returns home after recent accident. He is currently on a path to recovery after being involved in a travel accident on a flight last week. The Grammy award-winning DJ made this announcement on his social media on the morning of Monday, 15 January.

Also read: Black Coffee Recovering Following a Serious In-Flight Incident

Black Coffee Returns Home After Accident

Black Coffee’s fans were quick to react to his homecoming news. His social media accounts were flooded with comments after he broke his silence about his accident. The hitmaker of the song “Drive” posted three emojis on his social media, hinting that he is now at home, on the mend, and feeling thankful. He captioned his post with a house, a heart bandage, and a prayer emoji, indicating his current state.

The Incident and Black Coffee’s Health Update

According to a report by Daily Mail, Black Coffee was hospitalized in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, following a “travel accident” on a flight while he was en route to one of his international gigs. A statement released on his social media last week had left his fans worried. It announced that the beloved DJ had suffered “severe injuries” from his accident. The statement read, “Black Coffee was involved in a severe travel accident on a flight… The incident resulted in unforeseen complications and left him with some injuries… We can confirm that he is receiving the best possible medical attention and is surrounded by a supportive family and team.”

Also read: “Stop Pretending”, Black Coffee Unmoved by Enhle Mbali’s Concern After Accident

Fans were relieved to learn that Black Coffee is now on his way to recovery, as indicated in his latest announcement on social media. Many fans expressed their relief and well-wishes in the comments. For instance, @MaryMngwenya responded, “Siyabonga Jesu. May the Lord use what the enemy meant for evil for good. May you grow from glory to glory to glory.” Similarly, @Then_doo replied, “We thank the Lord that he has preserved your life; quick recovery ‘maestro’ – 🙏.” Other fans, like @Adhesive_Twins and @EmilyInSpain1, also wished him a speedy recovery and complete healing.

By Shamiso Miracle

Shamiso Miracle completed her degree in journalism and media studies at the University of Zimbabwe before honing her skills at Savanna News. She then went on to work at iHarare News, becoming a voice for everyday SA citizens who wanted to share their stories. When she's not writing news that entertains and inspires ,Shamiso is an avid reader and a wellness bunny.

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