A funeral parlour gets blasted for Sbahle Mpisane post on social media

A funeral parlour gets blasted for Sbahle Mpisane post on social media

- Doves funeral parlour removes social media post about Sbahle Mpisane when Tweeps react

- Sbahle was involved in a serious car accident recently

- Doves joined the throngs of people wishing her a speedy recovery but Tweeps reacted negatively to their posts

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Tweeps blasted the Doves funeral parlour for what they deemed to be a highly inappropriate post about Sbahle Mpisane.

Sbhale was involved in a serious car accident recently and many have taken to social media to wish the fitness bunny well and prayed for a speedy recovery.

Doves joined the fray with their own post, but unfortunately it was not well-received by the social media community.

IOL reported how the 135-year old funeral parlour joined the masses in wishing Mpisane well on Friday, posting on their Twitter and Facebook accounts a message which had the fitness star’s picture along an advert with the words “we’re praying for you” and “insuring a dignified service”.

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They later removed the posts due to negative backlash from social media users.

Doves chief executive Minki Rasenyalo stated that “we will never wish death upon anyone as a business.”

There were Tweeps however who saw no harm in the posts.

Regardless, the company opted for a tactful retreat and removed the posts that were offending so many.

Briefly.co.za reported when Sbahle Mpisane was left in critical condition after car a crash.

Sbahle was driving on Margaret Mncadi Avenue when she possibly lost control of her vehicle and hit a pole; her car overturned and she was trapped inside, as reported on by TshisaLIVE.

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Emergency medical services confirmed there was an accident and that the victim was treated on the scene for critical injuries but refused to reveal the identity of the woman.

Sbahle was treated for a number of traumatic injuries at the Netcare St Augustines Hospital.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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