- Young entertainer, Ndlovu Wase Bhayi, has passed away suddenly
- Ndlovu was known for his videos and ability to put smiles on people's faces
- SA's Got Talent's DJ Arch Jnr is among the celebrities who are mourning Ndlovu's passing
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In heart-wrenching news, young South African entertainer Ndlovu Wase Bhayi has passed on. Ndlovu was known for his wonderful videos that brought smiles to the faces of many Saffas. Ndlovu grew up and lived in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape and managed to make a name for himself through his videos.
According to mzansinewslive, Ndlovu released his debut album back in 2018, titled Pokolina. Since the announcement of his untimely passing, social media users have been sending in messages of love clouded in sadness.
Young DJ Arch Jnr took to his Instagram to share his love for Ndlovu with a beautiful picture of the two of them. He captioned the image:
"Truly a sad day. Rest in peace @ndlovu_thekid. Thought we would be rocking more gigs together in the future but only God knows what he has planned for us. Gone way too soon."
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The former South Africa's Got Talent winner's comment section is full of love and support from fans. Even DJ Zinhle commented with a broken heart emoji. Here's what some other fans had to say:
"Ah one of my favourite young artists. May his soul rest in peace."
"May his soul rest in peace. A true entertainer. We will always love you."
"I’m sorry you lost your friend. May his soul rest in peace. Amen."
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the passing of Freddie Blom - SA's oldest man. Freddie Blom, often referred to as 'Oupa', died of natural causes in hospital.
Blom was born 116 years ago in Adelaide, Eastern Cape. His death was confirmed by a family friend, Andre Naidoo. Naidoo said that Blom was a true survivor, having survived the 1918 Spanish Flu.
Earlier, Blom was interviewed on his birthday and recounted some of his memories. While smoking a cigarette, he recalled what it was to live through the 1918 pandemic.
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