Ntsiki Mazwai Targets Lundi Tyamara’s Mourners With A Bag Full Of Shades

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South Africans took to social media on Friday to pay tribute to fallen gospel star Lundi Tyamara who died today following a lost battle with stomach TB and liver complications.

Lundi died at Edenvale hospital in the early hours of Friday morning after being moved to ICU and placed on life support on Monday.

South Africa woke up to the heartbreaking news as the singer’s family confirmed that the star has died. His death sent shock waves through the country. Consequently, fans, celebrities and high-profile personalities flooded social media with touching tributes to the fallen star and condolences to the family.

Consequently, fans, celebrities and high-profile personalities flooded social media with touching tributes to the fallen star and condolences to the family.

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And while they are still at it, outspoken musician Ntsiki Mazwai took to Twitter with a bagful of shades targeting mourners of the late singer. She blatantly called them “hypocrites” who are just going with the flow in paying tribute to late gospel star Lundi Tyamara.

Apparently, poet and musician Ntsiki was not impressed by all the fuss fans created in paying tribute to the star. Thus, in her usual manner, she took to Twitter to lambaste South Africans, calling them “hypocrites” who were riding the “RIP wave”.

To make sure her message is not misconstrued, he added that people should desist from glorifying themselves by following the crowd.

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So, instead of singing the praises of late celebrities, Ntsiki suggests that people should rather show their love by patronizing them. In other words, they should buy Lundi’s music and not just tweet about him. And that’s how they can help the family after his death.

As expected, her comments sparked a heated debate on Tweeter. Nonetheless, that did not seem to trouble her.

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