Thabo writes a note of gratitude to his supporters after winning season 19 of Idols SA. The singer is the last South African idol, and he is excited about the win.
Taking to his social media account, he appreciated the brands and individuals that contributed to his success.
“GOD THANK YOU!! I still can’t believe that we are where we are today and it’s all thanks to every one of you, your love and support have carried me when days were not so bright and when I felt like it was too much you guys have stuck with me through it all and I am Humbled,” he wrote.
“To @idolssa and @mzansimagic thank you so much for the platform and allowing me to be part of this final chapter and although this is the end of one book I believe it is the start of something greater. To everyone who’s been part of this journey with me in production I appreciate you all so much thank you for being the amazing souls you are may God bless each one of you,” Thabo added.
“TEAM THABO and my amazing family I appreciate the love you’ve shown me the prayers calls and the unmatched support thank you so much. To my hometown WITBANK guys “IBUYILE “ we have made history and I love you all so much,” he wrote.
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