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Boity Thulo shares an update of her healing journey: 'I’m doing really well'

21 October 2021 - 10:00 By Joy Mphande
An upbeat Boity Thulo said she's extremely grateful for the support she's received while taking time off to heal.
An upbeat Boity Thulo said she's extremely grateful for the support she's received while taking time off to heal.
Image: Instagram/ Boity Thulo

Boity Thulo has given her fans a health update after the fight that happened between her and former Metro FM presenter Bujy Bikwa - ensuring them that she is doing better after she allegedly sustained injuries.

The rapper took to her Instagram stories on Wednesday penning a letter of gratitude to her friends, fans and family who had been showering her with support while she took time off to “heal both physically and emotionally”.

“Thank you to everyone who has sent me love, support and kept me in their prayers. It means the absolute world to me. I’m doing really well and feeling better than ever. Only way from here is up!” she wrote.

Boity Thulo's Instagram story.
Boity Thulo's Instagram story.
Image: Instagram/ Boity Thulo

Images of Boity drenched in blood and recordings from the night of the incident were splattered on social media recently.

While Boity opened a case of assault against Bujy, leading to his arrest until being granted R2,000 bail, Bujy has since opened a counter case against the rapper.

In her statement, Boity didn't give details of the events of that night but confirmed that the brawl had happened, adding that she needed time to “physically and emotionally heal”.

“It is with deep sadness to state that I was indeed an unfortunate victim of a vicious physical assault and that I have since opened a case against the culprit, which I am following with keen interest. I do not wish to comment on this matter any further (at this time)," read the statement.

“I respectfully request some space as I try to find a way to heal both physically and emotionally from this traumatic experience.”

Bujy also released a statement after he made bail.

“I was verbally abused and told that my surname has no relation to who I am and because of that, that is why my career is not going anywhere in terms of growth ... furthermore, during a verbal confrontation, I was then physically assaulted, being kicked and punched while being told that I must take it,” read the statement.