In memes: Nkuli’s emotional scene on Lockdown left Twitter in tears

In memes: Nkuli’s emotional scene on Lockdown left Twitter in tears

Mazet’s daughter Nkuli gave a gut-wrenching performance on Monday night’s episode of ‘Lockdown’ when she heard that her mother had died.

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Nkuli, who is played by Bucee Mtshali, hit tweeps right in the feels when she broke down into to tears after she found out that she had been shot.

She had gone to meet her mom at the prison as she was about to be released on parole and the two had made plans to live together, but Nkuli was devastated to hear the news.

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Briefly.co.za previously learned that a riot had broken out in the prison, which was when both Maki and MaZet were caught in the crossfire and were shot.

Sadly, the show confirmed in the latest episode that both of them did not make it and tweeps were distraught by the news.

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TimesLIVe reports that Bucee took to Instagram to thank tweeps for their support and all the praise she has received for that emotional scene.

The young actress was humbled and grateful for everyone’s kind words and she is so glad to be able to do what she loves every day.

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While Black Twitter applauded her acting, they are still struggling to deal with the heart-breaking news.

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