Palesa Tembe shared a sincere moment on social media about her late sister Anele Tembe. The personality of television took in Instagram that she had a dream of her late family member.
"I dreamed of you, my angel, it’s been 5 months without you and sucks," she wrote.
It was five months ago, since Nelli - who rapper Apera`s Fiacé - had fallen on her death of the 10th floor of the pepper club hotel in Cape Town.
After alloying Anele, to rest in April, the afternoon moderator and the actress have published in an Instagram message in an Instagram message, as the life of Nellis had hit life and felt the morning after She had adopted her sister.
"Yesterday we said goodbye, but this morning we feel weird enough as a new beginning," she began.
"They have moved us in a way they will never find out. Your honesty, our late night telephone calls, family trips together and they smile each other every time I turned around (their words, not mine, I miss everything."
Palesa Finished her mini-tribute with words from a drake song that she revealed was one of Nellis's favorite musicians, listening to.
"But for now God has my dear angel. P. S: Hug a Aunt Lulu for me and mother. I miss you - we miss you.
"Angels protect you, and the sky accepts your "Drake (words from your favorite), "she wrote.
The latest update on Nellis death saw the NPA back to the police for" Further Research " She is really missing her sister and as such it can be seen because she loved her.
it is not easy to loose a loved one and as such it is equally not easy to deal with it too and this too shall pass for palesa
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