Following the tragic death of Amapiano stars Killer Kau, Mpura, Khanya Hadebe, and three more who have yet to be named, the mood in Mzansi has been overwhelming. Nobody expected such a tragic accident to claim the lived of so many stars at once.
Olwethu Mkhwanazi, the late Killer Kau's girlfriend, has spoken out after the tragedy that claimed the life of the love of her life the, which is still under Investigation by the police.
Olwethu's tribute to her lover and her friends, which she published on Monday, brought so much sadness and regret. Aaliyah's "I Miss You" can be heard in several of the videos that she compiled of their time together.
"IN THE NAME OF SAKHI. My heart has been ripped from my chest, and there is no greater pain. Kodwa Sakhi, it's not like it had to happen now. I'm at a loss for words right now, but know that I adore you, my ACE!", she wrote on Instagram.
Kamo Mphela commented on the post, " You were just telling me on Saturday how you were going to marry him, I am at a loss for words"
"What a sweetheart, Baby! I can't Believe We Were Talking About You A Few Days Ago! He Loved You With All His Heart! Sending you lots of positive vibes and energy! Sakhile cherished you, sweetheart!" Commented Lady Zamar.
It is with true sadness to imagine the pain that Olwethu is going through. May God protect her and help her through this time. Let us all keep her in our prayers as she really needs them at the moment. There are many people who wouldn't make it through such a tough time. Or worse, suffer the lose of a loved one in any circumstance.
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