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10 Feb 2017
3:19 pm

Rebecca Malope says ‘Hallelujah!’ when asked why gospel stars are dying

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The gospel legend has rejected claims that the gospel music industry is cursed.

Gospel musician Rebecca Malope performs during Lundi Tyamara’s funeral service at Zwelethemba Stadium on February 05, 2017 in Worcester, South Africa. Gallo Images

Following the deaths of gospel legends Sfiso Ncwane and Lundi Tyamara, some people have apparently been saying the gospel music industry is cursed. After Tyamara’s funeral, a journalist asked gospel legend Rebecca Malope why she thought this was happening.

In a video that has been circulating on social media, it was as if Malope was given a pulpit to preach.

She looked at the journalist and said: “It’s not a curse, it’s just a test. Hallelujah!” She then took a step back and repeated: “It’s not a curse, it’s a test.”

So to those who thought the gospel music industry was cursed, now you really know what’s happening.

Watch the video posted on Instagram by Lutandoluu below:

A video posted by LutandoLuu (@lutandoluu) on

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