- A South African man recently headed online with some truly heartbreaking news
- In the first post, the man laments over the fact that his mom was ill, the very next day he announces her sad passing
- Mzansi was left moved by the post, reacting to it thousands of times and also sharing messages of support and encouragement
A South African man recently experienced something that many children dread - the death of a parent. Heading to Twitter, ThamiNkosi shared a heartbreaking post about his mom who was feeling very ill.
The very next day, he unfortunately once again headed to Twitter, this time to bid his mom a very heartbreaking farewell. His post included both broken-hearted and crying faces emoji's which made it even more touching.
"I'm not Okay. My mom is SICK!," he wrote on January 25. The very next day he wrote: "Rest easy mama."
His moved followers reacted to the post over 4 000 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share messages of support and condolences. Read a few of their comments below:
"May her soul rest in eternal peace. Losing mother is the hardest thing on earth"
"This takes me back to 27-01-2003, when I went through the same pain you are going through. Time heals Bra, it's never easy but cherish every moment you had with her. You have lost a mother but gain an Angel"
"I'm so sorry for your loss I pray God gives you and your family the fortitude to bear the loss. Please do stay strong. May her soul rest in perfect peace"
In other Briefly.co.za news, Covid-19 has caused heartbreak for many in South Africa and the virus has struck again for a new mother who never even got to hold her baby. Anishca Morris gave birth to a healthy baby girl named Azariah but never got the time to bond with her.
According to The Sowetan, before she passed away, Anishca called out to her mother and told her that she should remember that she loves them all.
Baby Anischa died of Covid-19 complications a few weeks after she had been admitted to the hospital. She had just given birth to her second child, her daughter Azariah via an emergency C-section.
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