Somizi has taken to his Instagram to share the last moments he had last night with former RhythmCity's actor.
Jamie Bartlett, better known as David Genaro from RhythmCity, was one of South Africa's most popular actors. Most people loved his talent and the way he played his part on Rhythm City.
People are still in shock and are unsure what happened to him. They are baffled as to how the man, who was adored by South Africans for his acting abilities, died. He was one of the most talented entertainers of all time.
Yesterday, there was a poster of him and Somizi. He was working with Somizi in a club yesterday night, according to the poster. People are now questioning what may have transpired to cause him to be declared dead today. The cause of his death has yet to be divulged to the general public.
Somizi has taken to his Instagram to pay tribute to Jamie, and has even mentioned how he made fun of him last night for greeting everyone at the club, including the staff. Somizi says, it is as if he knew it was his last day.
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