ICYMI: Skwatta Kamp's Bozza is now a prophet

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Johannesburg - After over a year away from the limelight, Bozza is back and he's now a prophet.

The Skwatta Kamp rapper has graduated as a prophet, after undergoing a 'Tironi' ritual, a church-based rite of passage, at the All Nations Apostolic Church in Nigel. 

"I did my rituals last year and the year before which is why I was not visible to the public," he told Sowetan.

He added that although the process does not end, it took him about a year before he could prophesy.

However, he's officially back and will reportedly be replacing Wright Ngubeni as the host of SABC 1's youth show, 'Big Up'.

And no, he has not neglected his music. He explained to the paper that he's still a part of Skwatta Kamp (which has been recording and performing since the death of another member, Flabba) and has also recently recorded a song with Metro FM's DJ Naked and DJ Semitone.