Ayanda Ncwane, the wife of late musician, Sfiso Ncwane, lost her wedding ring while swimming. She posted a snap on social media to let her followers know, but many have suggested maybe its a sign to move on.
The South African gospel singer died of complications related to kidney failure on 5 December 2016. But he made sure that his family, wife Ayanda and 3 kids, Nqobile Mzelemu, Ngcweti Ncwane, andUmawenzokuhle Ncwane, would benefit from his musical work even after he has passed on.
A year after his death, Ayanda released a new Sfiso Ncwane single on the anniversary of her husband's death. Then the following year, she released a book titled, For the love of Sfiso Ncwane. She spoke about his life and their relationship. Two years after his death, she still struggled to let him go.
But yesterday, Sfiso's widow shared a snap of herself wearing a navy blue jacket coat with a belt and a bright colourful scarf. She wrote that she had lost her wedding ring while swimming. We noticed she had no ring on her finger in the photo.
She knew her message will spark an outrage so she tried to camouflage it with a little humour. She said Sfiso's fans will be upset now that she lost his wedding ring, because she was not only married to him, but his fans too. So she teased that maybe they should buy her another one, nothing too expensive, just a smaller diamond.
"I lost my wedding ring , while I was swimming, so babNcwane’s fans are going to kill me because I’m their wife now . So.... Ncwane’s supporters, do the things. Not something over the top.... just a smaller nyana diamond."
Some of her social media fans laughed it out, while others suggested that maybe it's a sign from the heavens. Here are a few of the comments.
Ilove_riah: "Yhoo dear the ring may be lost but Mr Ncwane can never be lost! Yes we do move on n let the nature take it's part but we will never forget or let go of our loved ones. Speaking from experience"
Buyondoelizabeth: "@ayandancwane loss is such a powerful thing that's so hard to let go but you just learn to live with it and find of a balance for the future. Wishing you the best mama. Lots of love from Uganda "
Wesleytmzenge: "U are such a gorgeous sis you don't owe anyone ur life u look amazing l reallly like it live ur life"
Thulanimpungose1gmail.com9: "Kwasuka ke lokho...."
Mkhzethando: "❤️ Just love u r self njena sis qhubeke ne life, please"
Mamiiiii_k: "@ayandancwane you are so right sisi....it's hard to accept and worse to let go. I lost my husband of 20 years. It's the third year and is painful."
Noss82: "You mourned your husband long enough, it’s time to make you happy."
Nselezinzi: "Sisi, we have seen you mourning, we have seen you cry, you respected your husbands passing for so many years. Uziphethekahle, you dress up so well njengomakoti. Usehlula sibaningi singomakoti yet our husbands are still well and alive. You are still very young cc.. You owe no.one an explanation people will always be there to talk. I feel it's really time for you to move on. I believe your hubby would have wanted the same for you... Happiness and not for you to dwell on his death. May God Bless you sweetheart. We love you dearly."
Lindiwe698: "Okomhlaba kuyaphela grl.just live your life.only God knowz."
Iam_tee_girl; "Maybe it's a sign you know? "
There were also some very negative comments but Ayanda was prepared for that too, as in her previous post, she wrote "Dear Lady: your setback might have amused them but I have news for you.... make sure your comeback confuses the hell out of them!"
Chere_samuel_lesemola_: "@ayandancwane ayanda remember sfisos parents too Hun that's all am asking... It's their seed n despite the ugly history.. But w honour them for Christ sake..... Thanx"
Her.self___pinki5877: "@chere_Samuel_lesemola @ayandancwane Just said BabNcwane's fans So Y are uu commenting If You are babncwane's Fan ..... You are making Yourself a Fool...in social Media ..... If you can't use it then stop Using It..... by The way You suck"
Shame, Ayanda has mourned her late husband for more than two years, and even though we know she might have only been teasing, it's difficult to let go of the person you love.
Briefly.co.za reported last year that it had been two years since the gospel star Sfiso Ncwane lost his life due to complications of kidney failure. His wife, Ayanda, still keeping their love alive, paid tribute on his death anniversary.
Ayanda appreciated radio stations across the country for playing his music, it was a really special touch. She thanked the stations for their efforts.
Toning things down just a little, Ayanda brought a smile to those who watched the humorous video she shared of Sfiso displaying the extra finger he was born with.
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