Masasa Mbangeni reveals she has lost a loved one to Covid 19

Masasa Mbangeni reveals she has lost a loved one to Covid 19

- Masasa Mbangeni is mourning the loss of a loved one due to Covid-19

- Masasa took to Twitter and told her fans that her aunt has succumbed to the coronavirus on Monday

- Masasa's fans have flooded her comment section with messages of condolences following her aunt's passing

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Masasa Mbangeni has taken to social media to share that she has lost her loved one to Covid-19. The actress took to Twitter on Monday night, 23 November to reveal that her aunt has died due to the coronavirus.

Masasa, who exited Scandal! a few months back, shared that her beloved aunt, Esme, fought real hard but unfortunately succumbed to the disease on Monday. Masasa asked Mzansi to pray for Esme.

"I lost my beloved Aunt Esme to COVID today. She fought real hard . Please light a candle and say a prayer for her."
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The star's fans have flooded her comment section with messages of condolences to her family. Check out some of their comments below:

@CMuchapirei wrote:

"Sorry for your loss and may her soul rest in peace. I pray the Lord sends comfort to you and the rest of the family."

@lindi_mazondo said:

"So sorry for your loss May God give you strength and comfort during your time of grief."

@RobynPorteous commented:

"I’m so sorry to hear this, dear friend. My thoughts and heart are with you."

@mx_mokgoroane wrote:

"Oh my love, I’m so sorry for your loss. Deeply sorry."

@shadimak07 added:

"I'm so sorry for your loss Sasa. May she rest in peace!"
Masasa Mbangeni reveals she has lost a loved one to Covid 19

Masasa Mbangeni has revealed that she has lost a loved one to Covid-19. Image: @madlomo2/Instagram
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In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that the government has responded to a spike in Covid-19 infections in the Nelson Mandela Bay area by blaming reckless behaviour. A shortage of oxygen has added to the strain with the ripple effect of infections evident in the number of staff members who have either tested positive or have began showing signs of fatigue.

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In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Lasizwe Dambuza has taken to social media to share that he misses his late parents. The reality TV star took to Twitter on Monday, 23 November and told his fans that he found himself crying in the club on Sunday, 22 November.

The media personality expressed that he couldn't control his tears when he started thinking about his late mom and dad while clubbing. The star wrote:

"I randomly started crying yesterday in the club... I miss my parents so much, My Mom and Dad!"

Lasizwe lost his mother Lindiwe Dambuza in 2016. He was 18 at the time. The YouTuber lost his father Menzi Mcunu is September this year.

Briefly.co.za reported that Lasizwe, who shares his dad with media personality Khanyi Mbau, thanked his father for raising a dynamite during his funeral a few weeks ago.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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