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South Africa mourns Ndlovu waseBhayi Wayigeqeza

South Africa is mourning the passing on if Ndlovu waseBhayi Wayigeqeza, a popular boy with a medical condition that causes him to shake his head as he speaks.

Various sources have confirmed the death of one of Mzansi’s popular budding artists. Apparently Ndlovu hasn’t been well for some time and he succumbed to his illness today.

The Port Elizabeth based young man became an internet sensation after a video of himself reciting all he names in his clan.

He was affectionately loved by South Africans for his speaking talent.

Actor Zakes Bantwini posted, If you know, you know. Ahh, shame. uLale ngok’thula ntwana”

#RIPNdlovu has been trending on Twitter the whole day with South Africans sending condolences messages to his family.

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Here are some of the messages:

There are no words that can mend the broken heart of bereaved parents. … “The love and joy that your child brought to us will never be forgotten. We are thinking of you and your family during this tragic time.” Ulale kahle Ndlovu usijabulisile ezinkundleni zokuxhuman #ripndlovu”

What if uThixo uthatha abantu bakhe kulo yaka? Because we are losing great souls this year its unbearable #RIPNdlovu

Kids are not suppose to die the universe is robbing them their right to life… yhini umntana nkosi yam #RIPNdlovu

Our heartfelt condolences to Ndlovu’s family. A young soul taken to early #RIPNdlovu:

Another fan posted, “#RIPNdlovu The future was looking bright Only God knows” with a picture off Ndlovu waseBhayi and DJ Tira.

Heaven was jealous and called you back. Rest in peace king. Your time on earth was cut short #RipNdlovu

2 years ago interviewed this young man it was the coolest interview ever. Rest in peace boi uncle King will always love you #RipNdlovu”

Ndlovu Wasebhayi Compilation

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