DJ Zinhle Trends After Picture Appears During Anele 'Nelli' Tembe Tribute

DJ Zinhle Trends After Picture Appears During Anele 'Nelli' Tembe Tribute

- Zinhle Jiyane aka DJ Zinhle was trending on social media on Friday afternoon

- This comes after the music producer was featured in a slideshow tribute of the late Anele 'Nelli' Tembe

- It seems a mistake was made and Zinhle's picture was added to the slideshow, leading to a very awkward moment

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DJ Zinhle found herself trending on social media after he picture was mistakenly added in a slideshow of Anele Tembe's tribute pictures during her funeral.

The lone picture of Zinhle stood out and many wondered how anyone did not notice this before the ceremony.

DJ Zinhle trends after picture appears during Anele 'Nelli' Tembe tribute
DJ Zinhle was accidentally added in a slideshow of Nelli Tembe's pictures. Image: @djzinhle
Source: Instagram

Many were left confused while others were in disbelief over the awkward mistake.

Briefly News gathered a few reactions after the picture flashed across TV and computer screens across the country.

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@siyah_94 said:

"I don’t really understand how this happens that DJ Zinhle appears in Nellie Tembe’s funeral slide show."

@kim_berleey_ said:

"I thought it was photoshopped had to go rewatch the video Loudly crying facehow did this even happen ? Who put this video together surely knew what they were doing cause wow ? How?"

@innomatijane said:

"No man. what is this!???"

@Xxarro2 said:

"My theory is AKA still had Zinhle's pictures and the slideshow was played from his phone, and hence..."

@point_solo said:

"This person just went on Google and searched Aka's girlfriend and downloaded the first pic he found."

Meanwhile Briefly News had previously reported that AKA's fiancée Nelli Tembe passed away on Sunday and her memorial service was held on Thursday evening in KwaZulu-Natal. Her siblings paid tribute to her and the memorial service was open to the public through Zoom.

Nelli's family and close friends attended the memorial service, AKA was also present. Her siblings spoke at the memorial and were still visibly grief-stricken. Her sister Mbali spoke about how painful it was to see her sister's body.

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Mbali put makeup on Nelli because she knew that's what she would've liked but she was heartbroken from the chilling experience. "What I saw was so painful and I don’t know how I am going to recover from that," she said.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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