- How to Ruin Christmas star Busisiwe Lurayi has passed away after a short illness and her agency has confirmed the sad news
- The City Ses'la star's name is trending high on social media under the hashtag #BusisiweLurayi following the announcement of her death
- Many people on the timeline shared that How to Ruin Christmas will never be the same when they penned heartfelt condolences on Twitter
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Award-winning actress Busisiwe Lurayi has passed away. The renowned thespian was pronounced dead on Sunday, 10 July, according to a statement.
The SAFTA-winning star appeared in TV shows like SABC 1's City Ses'la, Sokhulu and Partners and most recently in How to Ruin Christmas, a Netflix original rom-com.
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The hashtag #BusisiweLurayi trended on Twitter after the news of Busi's death surfaced on the timeline. Her fans and industry peers took to the micro-blogging app to pay tribute and share their condolences to her family and friends.
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"Oh Busi. How to Ruin Christmas will never be the same."
Metro FM presenter Lerato Kganyago said:
"Spent the whole afternoon yesterday watching How to Ruin Christmas. Though watching it for the 100th time could not get over her talent. This is really sad."
"Busisiwe Lurayi's death is really shocking. What a great talent. She was my favourite on How To Ruin Christmas."
"She did the most on City Sesla and How to Ruin Christmas. Absolute brilliance. Rest in perfect peace Busi Lurayi."
"This woman is the reason I watched How to Ruin Christmas. Rest in peace, Busi."
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Somizi shares more sweet clips of Jamie Bartlett's final moments on earth
In other entertainment news, Briefly News previously reported that Somizi took to social media to share more clips of Jamie Bartlett. The heartwarming videos were taken just 12 hours before the veteran actor's untimely passing.
As if he was saying his last goodbyes to his fans, the Rhythm City star went around the club taking videos and snaps with his fans. He even went to the venue's kitchen and took more clips with the staff.
Peeps took to Somizi's comment section on Instagram to share their thoughts on the sweet clip. The fans were impressed with how sweet the late legend, who played the role of a big bad villain, was in real life.
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Source: Briefly News