HEART-THROB crooner Donald Moatshe has revealed he endured a frustrating eight months of hell before dropping his new offering, Black and White (DJs Edition).
The singer was sentenced to eight months of community service following his arrest for speeding, our source at Entertainment SA confirms.
The award-winning artist was caught speeding on the N2 in Ballito, KwaZulu-Natal, two years ago. He was driving an Audi Q3 at 182km/h in a 120km/h zone, celebrity or not the law took its course
The artist from Matsere Village, in the North West, said the arrest happened at a critical time when he was due to cook an album.
“Driving up and down between Joburg and Durban, attending the court case and performing community service, drained me psychologically. It was eight months of hell,” he said.
Donald said he has learnt his lesson and advised other musicians to obey the law.
His fourth album is selling like hot cakes. He said the success he has gained since he burst onto the music scene five years ago has not made him big-headed.
“I’m proud of my area. I often go back to do community work and give back,” he said.
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