Nkululeko "Flabba" Habedi (17 October 1977 – 9 March 2015) was a South African hip hop musician . He was born on 17 October in Orlando West in Soweto. He later moved to live in Alexander with his parents. 
    Born: October 17, 1977, Orlando, SowetoDied: March 9, 2015, Alexandra, GautengSiblings: Tshepang Habedi
He was part of the rap group Skwatta Kamp (members: Infa, Nish, Shugasmakx, Flabba, Nemza, Slikour, Bozza) which released four albums between the years 2002 and 2009. "Khut and Joyn" was release in 2002 followed by "Mkhukhu Funkshen" in 2003 and "Washumkhukhu" in 2004 after which the group took a break from the music industry to focus on their solo carriers and returned in 2009 for their last album "Fair and Skwear". During the gap between the third and fourth album Flabba released his solo album "Nkuli vs. Flabba"[2] which won him the best rap album award at the South African Music Awards.[3] He died in the early hours of Monday 9 March 2015 due to fatal stab wound after an altercation with his girlfriend, Sindisiwe Manqele. The trial is still ongoing.