Akhumzi's dream might have been a prophecy about his death

Akhumzi's dream might have been a prophecy about his death

South Africa has lost one of its greatest young talents in the entertainment industry when Akhumzi Jezile passed away, but did he dream of dying before it happened?

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Akhumzi Jezile, news anchor Thobani Mseleni and singer/actress Siyasanga Kobese died in a horrific car accident on Saturday morning in Queenstown.

However, it appears the young producer might have had a prophetic dream about his death.

South African radio personality Loot Love posted a tweet on 7 April 2018, which read "Pay attention to the dreams you have.".

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Jezile wrote a hilarious reply to her tweet, saying his dreams can get confusing.

"Ayathetha chomi? Because they confuse AF mna sometimes.....I was once flying with eagles going somewhere? Does that mean ndiyathakatha Luthando???????", he commented.

Tweeps might have found his reply to Loot Love's post hilarious, since he asked if he practised witchcraft, one social media user's explanation of his dream gave us chills.

"Eagles are the greatest,wisest and strongest of the birds .You flying with them,can mean you will associate and be in the company of the greats.", Zanele Murendeni wrote.

Jezile is without a doubt among the greats the country has lost now, regardless if his dream was prophetic or not.

South African entertainers would honour the deceased producer on Thursday, 3 May. As Briefly.co.za reported previously, the country's celebs have shared their heartbreak with their fans, posting their final memories of Jezile.

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