“I Even Called The Bank To Find Out If My policies Were In Order…” Zola 7 On His Bronchitis

“I Even Called The Bank To Find Out If My policies Were In Order…” Zola 7 On His Bronchitis. Bonginkosi Dlamini, commonly known as, Zola 7 once thought that he was going to pass away.

Bonginkosi Dlamini, commonly known as, Zola 7 once thought that he was going to pass away. This was due to him suffering from a severe case of bronchitis. He told Daily Sun that he thought that was the end of the road for him. “I felt like it was the end of me. It all happened so quickly,” said Zola. The media personality went into full detail on how he got bronchitis.

“I contracted bronchitis two-and-a-half months ago. I believe I got it from the cold front,” says the kwaito artist. He went to a private practice where they gave him X-rays and examined his blood samples. He was lucky that the bronchitis was caught on time. He says he found it hard to sleep at night as his body was hurting. “It was so bad. I felt like death as my muscles were in pain, bones aching and I couldn’t sleep at night. I would think that I was sleeping only to find out I had completely blacked out. Luckily, my brother was there to look after me,” says Zola.

When he thought that he was on the verge of dying he went as far as calling the bank to ask if his policies were sorted out. He also lost some of his contracts and was replaced on his radio shows. He says not being capable of going to work was the worst thing for him. “I even called the bank to find out if my policies were in order in case anything happened to me. On my radio shows, I got a replacement and lost a few contracts though the process. I lost a lot of money,” says Zola. He has been recovering, he also changed his way of living.

by Alexandra Ramaite

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