Mshoza’s management have confirmed that the songstress will not be making any public appearances amidst claims that her life is in danger, after the cheating scandal with her husband took an ugly turn.
In a statement issued on Monday, Mshoza apologised to fans and said that she would return soon.
“Due to events beyond her control, Nomasonto ‘Mshoza’ Maswanganyi’s management has decided to postpone her national tour, which was scheduled to run from 11 May until 31 May 2018, in promoting and keeping kwaito music alive.
“She will also reschedule some of her gigs,” read part of the statement.
Mshoza’s camp said she needed time to recover and that new tour dates would be announced soon.
“Apologies for all the disappointment caused and I will be back soon. Abantu Bam laba my people I Love you,” Mshoza said.
Mshoza and her husband, Thuthukani Mvula have been making headlines since they levelled accusations of cheating against each other last week.
Then Mshoza claimed that Thuthukani burnt her clothes, kicked her out of the house and that she has been hiding since then because he allegedly threatened to kill her.
“He has told me that he will kill me and bury me in the house and no one will find out. He actually showed me the tiles he’d remove to dig. He has often told me that he will kill me,” she told the Sowetan this week.
Mshoza claimed that Mvula has about five girlfriends in Bergville who openly call him in her presence and he tells her to mind her own business.
“I loved that man. I moved from Johannesburg for him and stayed in the rural areas where they don’t even have flushing toilets and he has abused me emotionally and physically. “He told me that a wife is there to build and not to be loved and that his girlfriends were the ones who deserved happiness.
“I had packed up my bags in December and he threw me a surprise party and I fell for it. I recently told him … I had lost respect for him for making me feel like a fool, and he told me that if I left him he’d kill me."