- TV presenter Minnie Dlamini wished her late brother Khosini Dlamini a happy birthday in Heaven
- Khosini passed away in 2019 and Minnie still misses her brother, paying a tribute to him every year
- Social media user comforted Minnie in the comments section and sent her love to get through the day
Minnie Dlamini's younger brother Khosini died of a ruptured brain aneurysm in 2019 and the TV presenter has been candid about how the tragedy affected her. Khosini's 29th birthday was on Saturday, 22 May and Minnie used social media to send a poignant tribute to her late brother.
Minnie misses her brother and wrote a touching post in his honour. She captioned it:
"Happy Heavenly birthday K. Today is extra difficult."
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Getting through the loss of someone close to you is hard and Minnie is open about her grief. She made a similar post in 2020, stating how much she misses Khosini.
Minnie's fans who have also lost a family member could relate to her post and other Mzansi celebrities sent her messages of support so she could get through the day. Check out the reactions below:
"Thinking of you and sending all my love, special girl. I know today is difficult, but how beautiful it is to know an angel by name."
"So sorry Minnie. It will be well baby girl. I am sending hugs and love to you on this day."
"Sending love and hugs."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Eugene Mthethwa stated Mjokes' cause of death and condemned drinking and driving. Trompies member Eugene Mthethwa has revealed that alcohol caused the death of his bandmate Emmanuel 'Mjokes' Matsane.
On Sunday, May 23, the South African music scene was dealt a devastating blow when Trompies member Mjokes passed away. Mjokes was one of the famed Kwaito group's five members who provided Mzansi success after success in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
He was also a co-director of Kalawa Jazmee, a record label known for producing incredible talent. The artist died in a car accident shortly after a concert with Trompies, according to a statement from the record company.
Eugene has spoken out on the matter, revealing that drinking and driving is what led to Mjokes' untimely death.
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