- A video of young Kwasa Zozo Lugalo talking about gender-based violence before her death has surfaced on social media
- The video was posted by her former teacher as a reply to a tweet by Miss Universe, Zozibini Tunzi and has received over 53 000 views
- Kwasa is a victim of gender-based violence and South Africans are demanding justice for her
After the murder of 19-year-old Kwasa Zozo Lugalo a video has surfaced on social media showing the young lady talking about gender-based violence. The video has been viewed over 53 000 times and was shared by Kwasa's former teacher @NcumisaMalashe.
It's believed Luqalo was an avid activist of the #AmINextMovement, which began after the death of Uyinene Mrwetyana in August last year.
The video was in reply to Miss Universe, Zozibini Tunzi's tweet containing pictures of Kwasa with the caption:
"My little sister's friend, a beautiful joy to me and my family. She was stabbed to death by a boy because she didn't want him. I don't even know what to say. Ngxesi Malebomvu ntombi encinci. Uphumle ngoxolo❤ #JusticeForKwasa #RIPKwasa"
See the video below:
#JusticeForKwasa trended on Twitter yesterday and this morning #RIPKwasa started trending. South African social media users are absolutely outraged at the murder of the vibrant young lady and are demanding justice.
@NcumisaMalashe reposted the above video under another tweet about Kwasa with the caption:
"Oh my former learner! What a happy soul a girl of many talents, Smart, model, netball player, athlete and above all of them Excellence in her academics. Lala cc ubungazi ba u r next"
Some users replied with outrage and heartbreak:
"Now I understand when women say...am I next?"
"I can't even finish this video yoh"
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the untimely death of young Kwasa. It's alleged that she was killed by a man after she refused to date him. The suspect reportedly stabbed Kwasa because he could not accept things were over between the two of them.
After news broke of her death, #JusticeForKwasa started trending on Twitter. South Africans mourned the young lady's passing and called for change in South Africa.
Kwasa has been described as a bright young woman who often shared inspirational posts on her social media pages.
Last year, Briefly.co.za reported that the death of Uyinene Mrwetyana left South Africans shattered.
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