- Zozibini Tunzi has reacted to the senseless and brutal death of Kwasa Zozo Lugalo
- The Miss Universe title holder revealed she knew the victim personally
- According to Zozi, Kwasa was her little sister's friend and they were heartbroken over her death
Zozibini 'Zozi' Tunzi is heartbroken over the death of Kwasa Zozo Lugalo. Taking to social media, the Miss Universe title holder revealed she personally knew the gender-based violence victim.
Zozi shared a screenshot of the time she video called Kwasa and revealed the 19-year-old was her little sister's friend.
She captioned the post:
"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."
Zozi's post broke the hearts of social media users, who expressed their condolences to both her and Kwasa's family.
Twitter user, @Shes_fair, commented:
"Her life being snatched away from her by the person that claimed he loved her. What do we do now? We failed you big time,I'm sorry Kwasa. #JusticeForKwasa."
Another tweep, @bongz_da_1, added:
"Sad post this one... her future stolen just like that, yoh! This is too much for the family I can imagine."
Social media user, @sihlemazibuko, wrote:
"This is heartbreaking. Condolences to the family. How are we expected as women, mothers, to be free in our own country?"
Briefly.co.za reported on Tuesday that Kwasa was stabbed to death by a man who allegedly could not accept that things were over between them.
Her death sparked a massive reaction on social media and #JusticeForKwasa started trending as the country mourned the loss of yet another beautiful young woman.
A video has surfaced online showing a 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.
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