Vusi Nova Speaks Out After Getting HospitalizedVusi Nova speaks out after getting hospitalized (Image Credit: Instagram @vusinova1)

South African singer Vusi Nova was recently hospitalized after a health scare.

Vusi Nova real name, Vusimuzi Nongxa sent shockwaves through his fanbase when he candidly discussed his health condition.

Vusi Nova hospitalized
Vusi Nova hospitalized (Image Credit: Instagram @vusinova1)

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Vusi Nova High Blood Pressure Diagnosis

Taking to his Instagram account, Vusi Niva shared his battle with a chronic health condition that landed him in the hospital.

The singer, best known for hits like “Ndikuthandile,” revealed that he was hospitalized yesterday due to fatigue. While at the hospital, he was diagnosed with high blood pressure.

“…Yesterday I was hospitalized very early in the morning – around five [due to] fatigue. My heart was acting up, and then I found out that I have high blood pressure. Now I have to take blood pressure medication – imagine… I thought it was the end of me

He encouraged everyone to maintain a healthy lifestyle, emphasizing the importance of exercise, a proper diet, and regular check-ups

“Make sure you exercise; your diet is proper [and] you go for check-ups”

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 Health Scare

In a candid and emotional Instagram video, Vusi Nova unveiled the startling reality of his health condition.

Despite being in his late 30s, the singer confessed to struggling with the notion of aging gracefully. His hospital admission uncovered a diagnosis that he had never anticipated – high blood pressure.

In the video, Vusi Nova expressed his feelings of denial, saying,

“Proof of life. I sometimes forget that I’m not getting any younger. I feel 21!”



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Vusi Nova’s vulnerability resonated with fans as he recounted his initial shock upon learning about his high blood pressure.

Check out some of the reactions;


Been on High blood pressure medication for over a year now….at first I was in denial…but I have accepted my reality now….


Get well soon, but take some time off to rest. Are you getting enough sleep? How high was your BP for them to prescribe BP meds?


Glad to see you back 👏👏uqhubeke nokuzinakekela

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