Namibian singer and former Big Brother Africa finalist, Lady May, real name Martha Namundjebo, is in the Intensive Care Unit after a road accident that happened around noon yesterday.
Speaking on behalf of the family Hilda Basson-Namundjebo confirmed the details of the accident.
The ‘Bubblegum’ singer was bumped by a delivery vehicle while on her scooter at a four way stop. According to Basson-Namundjebo, the driver of the vehicle alleged that he did not see Lady May coming from one of the stops at the four-way.
She added that the musician is receiving the “proper medical care that is needed at this stage” at a hospital known to The Namibian. Her condition is said to be stable.
“We ask that Namibia and Africa keep her in prayers,” said Basson-Namundjebo.
Lady May rose to fame in 2004 with her hit single ‘Kamali’ that won her first Sanlam-NBC Music Award.
She went on to do collaborations with big names in the Namibian music industry such as Gazza and PDK. She had a collaboration with the late South African artist Bojo Mujo that became an African hit.
She was also a runner-up in the seventh edition of Big Brother Africa.
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