Death do not be proud, as we mourn a prolific South African actor Jamie Bartlett who sadly passed away yesterday as confirmed by his family member. Numerous people, including his colleagues and fans have been sharing their experiences and amazing moments with Bartlett. It took Mzansi by shock that he died at the age of 55, as they were still looking at his new work and what else he had up his sleeves that would leave his fans glued to the screens. As he was famously known for his David Genaro character on now-defunct E.tv soapie Rhythm City. Which he mastered for over a decade.
Now, a Zimbabwean Prophet Mellontik Orasi has stated that he predicted the death of Nothing For Mahala actor. As he took to his social media platform to address thus unfortunate death of the legendary actor which has gotten him some back lash from other people as they felt that he was just seizing the moment. Even though, we all know that no one can get out alive from life, but it's always hard to accept any deaths. Orasi stated that Bartlett was going to die is he wasn't prayed for, as he felt that's the only way that could have saved him. “When death comes knocking on a man’s door they become unsettled, I am seeing this male celebrity in the South African arts industry dying shortly if prayer is not made,” Prophet Mellontik wrote.
The Prophet has decided to set the record straight after some people felt that he was clout chasing. As he stated that this was a genuine prophecy and he sent his condolences to the Bartlett family, friends, relatives and everyone who knew the legendary actor. “I don’t post anything without telling people. Responses I get. We all shall die. Who are you. Tryna ride into fame using my name get lost China,you are all fake Bookie. One day lives will be saved,” wrote Orasi on Facebook.
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