- Idols SA judge Somizi is lifting up his friend, Miss Lira in prayer as she continues to recover from a serious stroke
- The 43-year-old vocalist collapsed while performing in Germany and celebrity friends, including Somsom, have been sending out their 'get well soon' messages ever since
- Mzansi joined in the prayers with one person sharing that she would so desperately like to see Lira get better and sing again
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Lira, real name Lerato Molapo, was hospitalised this week after suffering a stroke while performing in Germany and the news has sent shockwaves through the entire entertainment industry.
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Sending out a prayer as he paid homage to the singer, Somgaga shared a touching clip of Lira performing her hit song, Let There Be Light. It seems the Idols SA judge found comfort in the song, which speaks of finding light in troubling times.
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"Our thoughts and prayers can make a huge difference. I ask of you to keep her in our prayers. I know she is gonna come out triumphant. We love you, Lira," Somizi captioned the heartfelt post.
Mzansi's prayer warriors soon gathered in Somizi's comments section, wishing Miss Lira a very speedy recovery. Check out some of the loving messages below:
"We lift her in prayer….Every spirit hindering her perfect healing is destroyed by the name and blood of Jesus Christ. She is healed!!!!"
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"We are praying with you Som."
"May God give her a speedy recovery we still want to hear her voice again."
"There's an evil spirit lurking": Gigi Lamayne calls on fans to pray for celebs
In more entertainment news, Briefly News previously reported that 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.
Source: Briefly News