Why was Noxolo Maqashalala found a week after she had died – her friends & family questioned

Why was Noxolo Maqashalala found a week after she had died – her friends & family questioned

The death of popular actress Noxolo Maqashalala has again sparked a conversation around “checking on” those you’re keen on, and led to a debate between TV stars Masasa Mbangeni and Zola Hashatsi. A local publication reported that Noxolo was found dead in her Honeydew, Gauteng, home on Friday, with family friend Senyukele Zibobo saying forensic personnel suspected the 44-year-old had been dead for nearly every week. The explanation for her death isn’t yet known. Zola, like many across the country, took to social media to pay tribute to Noxolo and questioned why the star’s friends and family didn’t check abreast of her. “The incontrovertible fact that she was found after every week she had died in her home makes me cry even more. Where are the important friends and family to see abreast of her? My heart is bleeding. The fake industry friends will begin, then is that the minister of Condolences. Oh Nox Nkosi. Tsha Tsha. many thanks for your talent, Roro,” he wrote. While many agreed with the star, Masasa suggested that are”>there have been more factors that would have been at play. “Many people are loners, Zola, who go weeks without engaging with the surface world because that’s their personality. “Add thereto, a worldwide pandemic that isolates us all even more from one another. I even have real friends I haven’t spoken to in weeks, not that I don’t care or don’t worry about them, but that there’s a worldwide pandemic affects interpersonal relationships.” She said that Noxolo’s friends almost certainly felt guilty and didn’t deliberately stop communicating together with her. “I am certain her friends feel incredible guilt and that we should hold space and compassion because no-one would ever deliberately prefer to not be there for a beloved in their final honour. “I think we’d like to be aware of our language during this point as a number of those ‘real’ friends are following you and can be triggered by this comment. I hope you hear where i’m coming from Mkhulu. Ngokuzithoba,” she added. Zola acknowledged Masasa’s view but said that it had been a lonely industry and someone needed to observe out for those entertaining everyone else. Masasa also shared how she had skilled a period of isolation where she avoided contact due to her anxiety. “Have you considered that folks, thanks to their own reasons, self isolate. I, as an example, went through a stage, thanks to anxiety, of not lecture anyone, not taking calls or messages, avoiding visits. It happens. It’s not anyone’s fault. I’m not suggesting that that’s the case within the instance, but it happens, and nobody is responsible.” -TL

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