This past week, Mzansi woke up to the sad and shocking news of the passing of reality show star Naledi Willers. The loss is still fresh for many who still cannot believe that Naledi is no more.
The reality star who had been battling breast cancer was known and loved by many for starring on the Real Housewives Of Johannesburg, and there is no denying that she was a favorite for many. Her death has seen many of her friends as well as industry mates pay tribute to her in honor of the time they shared together.
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One of the Zalebs that has paid tribute to the late Naledi Willers is one of her very good friends, media personality Minnie Dlamini. Taking to her Instagram, Minnie has posted a photo of her and Naledi with a heartfelt message that has left tears in the eyes of many.
Minnie writes saying,“I’ve been dreading this post and almost avoiding it because I guess it makes it real… Naledi was a force who never stopped pushing for her dreams no matter what life threw at her. (And life threw a lot) you were always so beautiful so confident and always spoke your mind (one of my favorite things about you) we would laugh joke around and boy could we fight!!! You know how much my family and I loved you and I hope Khosini is there to meet you at the pearly gates 🥺 I will miss you terribly my friend, what gives me peace however is that you are resting & free of pain and all the ills of this world. Thank you for the gift of sisterhood ❤️”
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Her comment section is already full of many passing their condolences and confirming how close the two were. It also seems that after Minnie’s post, those who were still in shock with the passing of Naledi have now come to terms with the sad news.
Among those who have gone to comfort Minnie are fellow Zalebs, Thando Thabethe, Dj Zinhle, Boity Thulo and Jessica Nkosi. They are all sending her love and strength even as she mourns the passing of a friend and a sister.
Others who penned a heartfelt tribute to the late Naledi is Somizi’s friend Ndo Maleho who took to his instagram to say,
“Rest in peace my friend. @nana01gp You fought a good fight. Mma and Humile did the best in keeping you comfortable and providing the best possible care. Go tseba Modimo feela gore what made us meet last week. You held my hand and I told you, I love you and that you once made me drive to Botswana ka nkane. Then you made fun of my suit and called it a “ZCC suit” because it was green. Your very last words to me. The pain is now over. You are now at peace. I am heartbroken but may God give Mama strength. Rest in peace my friend. Till we meet again. I love you!,”
May she rest in peace.