Video: Gee Six Five’s First And Last Performance

Video: Gee Six Five's First And Last Performance
Gee Six Five, with 'Mzansi Insider' presenters, Image: Twitter/Mzansi Insider

Video: Gee Six Five’s First And Last Performance

New kid on the block, the late Ubani Lababantu hitmaker Gee Six Five rejected requests to book her for performances over the festive season.

However, after the news of her death, her fans could take consolation that they will have the one and only live performance she ever accepted to hold on to.

Gee Six Five died on Wednesday morning after testing positive for Covid-19 on Monday.

It is sad to think that the late star might have felt that her hit track would be the one and only song she would ever produce. She also made it clear that she wasn’t going to be hopping from one gig to another.

Just a few days before her death, Gee Six Five later changed her mind and her fans were glad she accepted the request to perform on Mzansi Insider  — a performance that turned out to be her first and last.

That video — which made its way to various social media platforms — has been the treasure that her fans are now holding on to in remembrance of the late star.

In the performance, Gee Six Five took centre stage while her two dancers showed off their moves on either side of her. Wearing an orange and black blazer with a simple black dress, Gee Six Five had an amazing time on stage and the viewers could tell.

Watch the clip from the performance:

Gee Six Five’s death was announced in the early hours of Wednesday by her niece Sbu Mpungose. The 65-year-old academic and amapiano star, whose real name is Olpha Selepe, died of Covid-19 complications just weeks after finding fame across Mzansi with her hit single.

“My beloved aunt, Mum’ncane, who many of you know as Gee Six Five, is no more. She displayed leadership throughout her life, was the epitome of fearlessness and inspired many with her single Obani Lababantu. Mthiya, Shandu kaNdaba, Sontshikazi. RIP Gee Six Five,” she wrote in a short statement on social media.

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