Mzansi mourns the loss of inspiring young woman, Miss Oxygen

Mzansi mourns the loss of inspiring young woman, Miss Oxygen

- Mzansi is mourning the loss of a young soul, known as Miss Oxygen

- The popular social media user passed away

- She was battling with a disorder that affected her lungs

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Mzansi is mourning the death of a young inspirational woman. The young woman became a social media sensation when she opened up about her battle with pulmonary hypertension.

Identified on social media as as Miss Oxygen, the woman shared her journey of living with the disease that made her rely on an oxygen tank.

Her last post on social media was in July and it was sobering one. It read:

"I’m scared, scareder, scaredest."

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Social media users have joined together to bid the brave woman farewell. Twitter user Thori_Matsietsa said:

"Everyone has to go one day or another. But some departures are too much to bear. This world deserved people like you but I guess heaven deserved you more! Rest well babe. #RIPMissOxygen"

While PuseletsoM said:

"I'm shattered. Thank you all for your contributions, support & prayers .God called my sis home. Heaven couldn't wait for you , Goodnight my love. I'll see you in the morning. I love you always. #ICarryHopeInMyLungs #RipMissOxygen"

MakatiniNyeleti said:

"Wooow this hits different. I remember when I first saw her pictures and her story I just loved her and left her a message on IG Dm .Her story reminded me of "Faults in Our Stars " .You fought a good fight"

DonaMpa said:

"Here on Twitter we are family and we build bonds. You were that family member who always gave us hope and that's how we are going to remember you. Go well darling, Rest easy. We'll miss you on the TL"

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Prince Kaybee reached out to her after her portable oxygen machine broke. Fixing the oxygen machine would cost R11 000 and she feared having to be admitted into hospital. Kaybee offered to buy her a new machine.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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