RIP Mgijimi: Prince Kaybee and 3 SA celebs pay tribute to fan

RIP Mgijimi: Prince Kaybee and 3 SA celebs pay tribute to fan

- The unexpected death of Mandla Sindane has hit Mzansi social media users hard

- The Orlando Pirates super fan passed away after experiencing breathing difficulties on Monday evening

- Prince Kaybee is among the celebrities who have taken to social media and shown love to the fallen supporter

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Die-hard Orlando Pirates fan Mandla 'Mgijimi' Sindane passed away on Monday evening. Sindane reportedly died in his sleep, according to a statement by his brother on behalf of the bereaved family.

Mzansi celebrities have shared their condolences with the family and the thousands of Pirates fans mourning the loss.

One of the celebrities who expressed sadness is Prince Kaybee. He took to social media to comment on a post about the Mgijimi's death. The house music producer said:

"I'm so sad bro. Condolences to the family."

#CountryDuty founder Tumi Sole said:

"RIP Mgijimi. To the family, friends ya Mgijimi, the Orlando Pirates supporters and the rest of the soccer fraternity, condolences."
RIP Mgijimi: Prince Kaybee and other celebs pay tribute to late fan

Prince Kaybee has offered his condolences to the family of Mandla Sindane. Image: @princekaybee_sa
Source: Instagram

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi and fellow footballer Brilliant Khuzwayo were also among the other famous faces to share words of comfort to the grieving Orlando Pirates family.

Briefly.co.za reported Sindane died in his sleep but his body was only found the next day by their father. According to reports, Mgijimi had been struggling to breathe.

Sindane was alone at the time of his death and he had allegedly taken a bath before it happened. Robert Marawa was amongst many to pay tribute to the late super fan on social media.

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In other news, Briefly.co.za learnt that former Muvhango actress and a veteran in the industry, Candy Moloi, has sadly passed away. Candy's passing was confirmed by Muvhango creator Duma Ka Ndlovu on Tuesday evening.

Moloi starred alongside her daughter on Muvhango. Lerato recently recovered from the coronavirus but there was no word whether Moloi had it too.

The people of Mzansi have taken to social media to pay their respects, extend their sympathy and to remember Moloi.

It is clear to see what a lasting legacy Candy has left behind. Her memory will never be forgotten. May her soul rest in peace and her family find strength during this difficult time.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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