I Can Sit On My Wheel Chair And Still Sing – Deborah Frasers Last Interview

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As scores of music fans mourn the passing of veteran Mzansi gospel singer, Deborah Fraser, who passed away yesterday after a brief illness, fans have taken to social media to appreciate her for her undying love and passion for lifting others with her songs.

 

A few weeks ago despite being sick, Deborah Fraser revealed that she wasn’t going to stop performing when her services were required. In her last interview with TshisaLIVE, Deborah Fraser said that her voice and her hands were in perfect condition and as such she would sit in her wheelchair and perform.

 

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“I still cannot walk. I think it’s because I was in bed for a long time, but I don’t know for sure. It’s stressful to live a life you’re not used to. I’m asking for love, I’m asking for prayers…I am performing still because there’s nothing wrong with my voice or hands, except there’s a headache that comes and goes. Plus, I cannot walk. Sometimes I wake up feeling as if I can’t think properly, as if I’m losing my mind. Otherwise, I can sit on my wheelchair and sing.”

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Though the cause of her death is yet to be communicated to the media and the public, actor claimed the family had confirmed she died of a diabetes-related illness at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital.

Source: Vimbuzz.com
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