- LootLove has shared that she's heartbroken as she's mourning the death of her brother
- LootLove wrote a heartfelt tribute to her brother on social media after his passing
- LootLove's peers in the entertainment industry have sent also her and her family messages of condolences
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Luthando Shosha, aka LootLove, is heartbroken. The stunner has taken to social media to share that she's mourning the the death of her brother. The media personality penned a touching tribute to her brother on Instagram on Tuesday, 20 October following his sudden passing.
The star said she still can't believe that her children will grow up without their favourite uncle. She shared a pic of her brother on the photo-sharing app. Loot captioned her post:
"Light of my life. My heart is in shambles. I love you so so so so damn much. I would do anything, anything to bring you back. I would give anything to see this smile again. I can’t believe my babies are going to go through life without uMalume, their absolute favourite person.
"I can’t believe God thinks I’m strong enough to do this. This makes no sense. This makes no sense... I’m so angry, I’m so confused, I just want you back... Please just come back... #ForeverFrequency Forever My Luke Wonder."
Loot's peers in the entertainment industry and her fans flooded her comment section with messages of condolences. Check some of their comments below:
Khaya Dlanga commented:
"My heart breaks for yours."
"Lost for words. I'm so sorry Loot."
Tshepi Vundla said:
"I am so sorry Loot. Sending you and your family all the love in the world."
Melanie Bala commented:
"I’m so so sorry for your loss Loot. Sending you so much love and strength for the days to come."
Kwesta's wife Yolanda Vilakazi said:
"I’m so sorry mama. Praying for you and your family."
Zenande Mfenyana added:
"Sending you and your family oceans of love and prayer, I’m so sorry Loot."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Mzansi veteran DJ and musician Oskido has reacted to the passing of his father, Esaph Mdlongwa.
The Eish hitmaker took to social media to share with his followers that his dad had died due to Covid-19. The star penned a heartfelt tribute to his old man, who was a well-known Zimbabwean politician.
Oskido shared snaps of himself with his father during the good old times. He captioned his post on Twitter and Instagram:
"It’s with great sadness to let you know that I have lost my old man due to Covid-19, a great man who inspired me to understand the value of life. So long Mdala, rest well. I will see you again in the next lifetime. You’ve showed us a way and shone the light. Akwehlanga lungehlanga."
Mzansi celebs also flooded Oskido's comment section on both Instagram and Twitter to share their messages of condolences to him and his family.
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