Flame mourns loss of mother: "Rest in peace mama, I love you"

Flame mourns loss of mother: "Rest in peace mama, I love you"

- One of South Africa's up-and-coming stars, rapper Flame, has sadly lost his mother

- The Home Run hitmaker took to Twitter on Thursday to let his fans know that he is mourning the passing of his mother

- The star's concerned fans have flooded his comment section with messages of condolences following the devastating news

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Mzansi rapper Flame is mourning the loss of his mother. The star took to social media on Thursday, 16 July to share the sad news with his fans.

The Home Run hitmaker did not mention any details about the cause of her passing or when she passed. Many peeps who have lost their mothers have expressed that losing a mom is one of the most devastating things that can happen to a human.

Flame shared his mother's picture and captioned it:

"Till we see you again. Rest in peace Mama, I love you."

The musician's fans have flooded his comment section with messages of condolences and to sympathise with him.

Flame mourns loss of mother: "Rest in peace mama, I love you"

Flame is mourning the loss of his mother. Image: @flvme_sa
Source: Instagram

@RainMan15123233 commented:

"RIP. My condolences brother, I know the pain you are feeling. I also lost my brother this week bro so be strong."

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@tyson_it wrote:

"She's an angel now! She will always be with you. Sorry for your loss G, RIP mama."

@Isskyndlovu1 added:

"I'm so sorry, may her soul RIP, condolences to you and the rest of your family bro."

In other sad news, Briefly.co.za reported that The Queen star Nay Maps's father Bishop Simeon Maphalala reportedly passed away at the age of 59.

The sad news was shared on social media by entertainment commentator Phil Mphela. Phil took to Twitter to let Mzansi know that the actor was mourning the loss of his father. Phil said the Bishop passed away at the weekend.

"Condolences to Nay, his family and church’s congregation," Phil tweeted.

Nay is one of South Africa's most-loved male actors. He plays the character of Dingane on Mzansi Magic's hit telenovela, The Queen. He shot to fame during his days at the popular SABC 1 soapie, Uzalo. There, he portrayed the character of notorious car thief, Mxolisi.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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