- Late Zibo Bantsi saw her baby moments before she passed away
- Zibo, a popular Botswana YouTuber, died due to complications she experienced after giving birth
- Zibo's memorial service was held on Thursday and she was expected to be laid to rest this Friday
Popular Botswana YouTuber Zibo Bantsi saw her baby moments before she passed away due to complications she experienced after she gave birth.
This was revealed at the bubbly social media influencer's memorial service on Thursday, 8 October. The star's closest friends and family joined together to pay tribute to the stunner. The service was broadcast live on Facebook. Scores of her fans shared messages of condolences through the live stream.
ZAlebs reports that during the service, emotional videos were played which looked back on the star's life. In one of the videos, it was revealed that Zibo was afforded the opportunity of meeting and spending time with her baby girl before her passing, according to the publication. Zibo was laid to rest this Friday.
Check our some of the comments from social media users who watched the memorial service on Facebook.
Tshephang Khan wrote:
"Zibo touched so many lives and you inspired so many and we will always be grateful for your time here on earth. Heaven has gained an angel. Rest in eternal peace."
Emmie Motsamai Theo said:
"Rest easy Zee, your baby girl will be so grateful to know you through your YouTube channel. The most powerful thing you did for her was to let her see mommy from the beginning to the end. Rest in peace."
Lerato Carol Moroka commented:
"Baby Azha is really in good hands, such amazing grandparents."
Siphosethu Ditibane added:
"Rest Zibo, thank you for documenting your life and sharing it with us. Baby Azha will have those memories forever, rest Mama."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Rami Chuene has shared that her recent tweets about the Hawks were not aimed at the Fergusons. The veteran actress recently set social media alight when she revealed that she wants the Hawks to raid the entertainment industry.
The Isono actress wants the Hawks to investigate alleged corruption and exploitation in her industry. Tweeps were quick to assume that she was sub-tweeting her former bosses, the Fergusons.
They accused her of being jealous of them after they allegedly did not renew her contract on The Queen. The star has explained that she was not referring to the Fergusons when she tweeted about "the mighty, unstoppable and greedy entertainment gods".
"The entertainment industry is huge guys. I can’t be talking about the industry and you think I’m talking about one show/production. I’m way bigger than that. Yes, I am. You’re thinking one grain and I’m talking about the whole farm."
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