27 January 2022
Death is something that we can never get used to. No matter how many times it happens but one can never get used to it. It always hits you hard when it occurs. It gets worse when it someone you know and have been close with. Death is something that will always feels strange and awkward when it occurs. It always comes like an uninvited guests and strike before you know it. It can also be interpreted as a thief which comes in the middle of the night and take one of the people in the house, leaving others behind shuttered and in pain.
That pain which is difficult to comprehend. That is exactly what the singer Kelly Khumalo is going through. The Ngathwala ngaye hitmaker is struggling with coming to terms with the passing of her friend, Jacob Titus Kotu, who is affectionately known to many as Teekay.
Kelly said that no one had prepared her for the pain she is feeling.
She took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared the details about the memorial service which will be held today, on Thursday at Ga- Rankuwa.
Kelly posted the image with the caption: How do I go on without my friend, my brother, my kid's uncle, my mother's child? How do I get on that stage without you? Kodwa ke Rest in peace Ngwana Mee. I will always miss you and always carry you in my heart.
Teekay also worked with the duo, Rhythmic Elements where he was a percussionist.
Rhythmic Elements have since parted ways since the late 2000s.
One of the members of the group, McKenzie shared the memories they had with Teekay. They worked with him for couple of years from 2008 until 2010.
McKenzie told the media publication, TshisaLive, how shattered he was when he heard the news of Teekay's passing on Monday.
He said that Teekay was a hired member of the group but he worked with them for a very long time.
As Mzansi Celebrity News, we would like to send our condolences to the family and wish to him and eternal resting in peace.
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