Nonhlanhla Qwabe's alter ego Skolopad could die with 2018 as she tries to slip back into "normal life".
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Nonhlanhla said she has enjoyed the peace she has experienced since giving her entertainer life a break to heal from a car crash she was involved in two months ago.
She said after the incident her priorities shifted and being Skolopad wasn't as "appealing" anymore.
For an entertainer that has made the headlines almost every day since she stole the attention of Mzansi in a revealing yellow dress back in 2017, the last month has been the most "quiet" Skolopad has been.
"I have been taking time for myself to heal, since I am still on sick leave. It's been so peaceful without the stress that comes with Skolopad. No calls from media or promoters and the likes. I have been thinking of just exchanging Skolopad for my peace, I didn't realise how much I missed it."
Nonhlanhla was traveling with her daughter and two police officers on September 22 when she allegedly lost control of the car and veered onto the wrong side of the road.
The crash claimed a life.
At the time, SAPS media liaison official Sergeant Mmako Mophiring confirmed to TshisaLIVE that police were investigating a case of culpable homicide.
Nonhlanhla told TshisaLIVE that she had not heard any updates on the case and said neither the dead man's family or the police had reached out to her.
But despite everything that has happened, Nonhlanhla has refused to stop singing, something she's described as her first love.
She revealed that while she is contemplating never returning as Skolopad, she might take a shot at a gospel career.
"I will always love singing and singing for God is something I was doing long before I became Skolopad. It's worship, you know. It is borne out of gratitude for what he (God) has done for me."