Felicia Mabuza-Suttle mourns death of baby sister Thandi Mabuza

Felicia Mabuza-Suttle mourns death of baby sister Thandi Mabuza

- Felicia Mabuza-Suttle is mourning the loss of her baby sister, Thandi Mabuza

- The media personality took to Twitter to share with her fans and peers that Thandi had passed on

- The star said she could not sleep the night before her sister's passing as Amazing Grace kept playing over and over in her head

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Felicia Mabuza-Suttle is mourning the death of her baby sister, Thandi Mabuza.

The veteran TV personality took to social media to share her sad news with the rest of Mzansi and her peers.

She wrote that she couldn't sleep the night before she got the news of her sister's passing. Felicia said the gospel song Amazing Grace - which is associated with US funerals - kept repeating itself in her head.

"Last night I couldn't sleep. For some reason Amazing Grace was playing over and over in my head. I woke up to the saddest news that my little sister, Thandi Mabuza passed on."

The media personality said she became a mother to Thandi and her other sister Pam after the death of their parents.

"It can't be true. From age 4, was a mother to Thandi and Pam after the death of our father and mother. RIP."

Felicia reminisced about the good times she shared with her beloved sister.

"Remembering my little sister Thandi Mabuza. She was always by my side growing up."

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Mzansi celebs flooded Felicia's comment section with messages of condolences.

Sakina Kamwendo commented:

"Heartfelt condolences mam @Feliciamabuza. Sending lots of love, light and prayers."

Rami Chuene wrote:

"Love and light to you mama and your family through this difficult time."

Melanie Bala wrote:

"My deepest condolences aunty Felicia."

Simphiwe Dana wrote:

"So sorry for your loss mama. May she fly with the angels."

Briefly.co.za reported that Felicia is a huge fan of the Ndlovu Youth Choir. She supported them throughout their time on America's Got Talent where they won as runners-up. The former talk show host surprised them with a visit when she recently landed in Jozi.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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