Somizi Mhlongo remembers his late mother in 3 heartwarming videos

Somizi Mhlongo remembers his late mother in 3 heartwarming videos

- Somizi Mhlongo recently lost his mother and messages of condolences have poured in

- The grieving media personality took to social media to share heartwarming videos of moments he shared with the late actress

- One of the videos included the Idols SA judge thanking her for supporting him on his wedding day

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Somizi recently lost his mother, legendary actress Mary Twala. The media personality and the late actress were very close. He took to social media to share some of the sweet moments he shared with his mom.

Tributes and well wishes have been pouring in since the passing of Mary Twala over the weekend.

Somizi Mhlongo lost his mother, iconic actress Mary Twala, over the weekend.

Somizi Mhlongo lost his mother, iconic actress Mary Twala, over the weekend.
Source: Instagram

Her son, Somizi Mhlongo has taken to social media to remember his mom in the sweetest way possible. He posted a series of videos with heartwarming moments he shared with her.

The three videos shared on Insta showed MaTwala eating oysters with her son, another showed the pair sharing a light moment and the last video showed him thanking her for his wedding day.

Social media users sent messages of love and comfort to the grieving entertainer. Insta user its_featherbird_nas100 said:

"May her soul rest in peace."

king_malonza said:

"Farewell khulu."

mahlaku_langa said:

"Sending love and light."

gestiveworldwide said:

"I'm with you my brother, my prayer is with you, be strong"

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Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously that President Cyril Ramaphosa paid tribute to iconic SA actress Mary Twala. Ramaphosa bid Twala farewell in a statement honouring her legacy. Ramaphosa lamented the loss of such a talented and humbling citizen, saying that:

"We have lost a unique talent and an endearing human being whose performances brought to life the meaning of being South African, and appealed to South Africans of all generations. We will miss her dearly."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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