MUSIC sensation, Saintfloew, has penned a number of songs during his stay in rehabilitation in South Africa.
The singer’s handlers told H-Metro the chanter was responding well to the treatment he was receiving as he battles drugs and substance abuse.
It’s now three weeks after he checked in at a South African health facility.
Nash Paints executive chairman, Tinashe Mutarisi, who is footing the bill, told H-Metro:
“The boy is doing well in South Africa but he seems to be homesick.
“Reports from South Africa, where he is undergoing rehabilitation, show he is complying with the orders.
“This has made the whole process easier.”
Mutarisi says he is always in touch with Saintfloew and the medical staff at the rehabilitation facility.
“The last I spoke to him he revealed that he no longer has cravings for drugs and was willing to come back home.
“However, the staff indicated that they needed him in rehab as he was set to continue with the process.
“We will be guided by the staff who are handling him in South Africa.”
Mutarisi revealed that rehabilitation was not stopping him from making new music.
“He has penned quite a number of good songs in rehab and this shows that he has a positive mind.
“He met a South African producer (name withheld) in the same rehabilitation facility and we are finding ways to ensure that he records there when the situation permits.
“We hope he will finish his course and come out a changed man.
“The process of rehabilitation is determined by how he responds to the staff who are helping him.”
Last month, Mutarisi decided to take the Silas Mavende singer into rehabilitation.
Saintfloew’s mother, Ebenezer Mambo, has been praising their benefactor.
“Mutarisi came into my son’s life at the right time when he needed help.
“I think my son’s background of growing up without a father affected him.
“It is my hope that he will be a changed man after rehabilitation.”
She returned home after Saintfloew checked in.