Gigi Lamayne Encourages Fans to Pray for Local Celebrities: “There’s an Evil Spirit Lurking in the Industry”

Gigi Lamayne Encourages Fans to Pray for Local Celebrities: “There’s an Evil Spirit Lurking in the Industry”

  • Mzansi rapper Gigi Lamayne has called upon her social media followers to uplift up those in the entertainment industry in prayer
  • Gigi believes that local celebrities are going through the most behind closed doors and South Africans should pray for them
  • The rapper's sentiments come after the death of many celebs such as Riky Rick, DJ Dimplez and Kuli Roberts in a short space of time

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Gigi Lamayne has taken to social media to ask South Africans to pray for their faves. The rapper believes that there is a dark cloud hovering over the industry.

The Mashonisa rapper's sentiments come after the death of many local celebrities in a short space of time.

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Gigi Lamayne has shared that there is a dark cloud over the entertainment industry and has called on peeps to pray for celebs. Image: @gigi_lamayne
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According to TimesLIVE, celebs such as rapper Riky Rick, DJ Dimplez, veteran actress Kuli Roberts, former Generations actor Patrick Shai, internationally acclaimed fashion designer Quiteria Kekana and many others died in a short space of time.

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Taking to Twitter, Gigi Lamayne said celebrities are battling a lot behind closed doors and their fans and followers should pray for them. She wrote:

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"There is an evil spirit lurking around the streets of entertainment. Please pray for your faves. They’re going through the most."

Her fans weighed in on the matter, claiming that most of these celebrities are so busy chasing the bag and the flamboyant lifestyle, they forget to also pray for themselves.

@Zwile_Shandu said:

"Money is the root of all evil ... May our favs visit the house of the Lord and less clubbing... The lifestyle that is not sustainable. Everyone needs a break from it at times... we shall pray though."

@R_BrokenMan added:

"You don't go to church. You are always chasing money. Your money will never be enough. Once a month, at least go to church. We will pray for you, don't worry."

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Briefly News previously reported that local celebrities have taken to social media to pray for singer Lira, who suffered a stroke while performing in Germany. According to a statement released by the singer's family, she is back in South Africa and is recuperating, surrounded by her loved ones.

Lira has been trending on South African Twitter as both her fans and industry colleagues shower her with love and prayers. According to OK Mzansi, stars including Thembisa Mdoda, Hulisani Ravele and Bonang Matheba all reacted to the news.

Source: Briefly News

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