Grief over the death: Zozibini Tunzi heartbroken by Kwasa’s death
Picture: Instagram/Zozibini Tunzi
Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi has communicated her distress over the demise of Asithandile “Kwasa” Zozo on Monday, uncovering that the Wits University understudy was her younger sibling’s companion.
TimesLIVE reports that an Eastern Cape man attempted to end his own life after supposedly wounding Kwasa and is under police monitor at Butterworth medical clinic in the Eastern Cape, until he is released and accused of homicide.
“It is claimed that the suspect was seen pursuing [the victim] at the level [in Butterworth] where she was living. It’s additionally claimed the suspect cut her and she kicked the bucket at the scene on Monday,” common police representative chief Khaya Tonjeni said.
Kwasa’s passing started shock via web-based networking media, with the hashtags #RIPKwasa and #JusticeForKwasa both drifting on Twitter.
Zozibini uncovered that Kwasa’s passing was an individual agony for her and her family, saying she was an “excellent bliss” to the family.
My little sister’s friend, a beautiful joy to me and my family. She was stabbed to death by a boy because she didn’t want him. I don’t even know what to say. Ngxesi Malebomvu ntombi encinci. Uphumle ngoxolo❤#JusticeForKwasa #RIPKwasa pic.twitter.com/Ys1aFdwpJv
— Zozibini Tunzi (@zozitunzi) August 18, 2020
“My younger sibling’s companion, a lovely euphoria to me and my family. She was cut to death by a kid since she didn’t need him. I don’t have the foggiest idea what to state. Ngxesi Malebomvu ntombi encinci. Uphumle ngoxolo,” she composed, close by pictures of Kwasa.
Entertainer Ayanda Borotho said she was “gutted and crushed” by the updates on Kwasa’s demise and called for equity to be served.
“This time I’m not saying her name. I need to state his name! Again and again and over until everybody realizes what he did and until equity is served! My girl enlightened me regarding this, I see my own little girls through this spirit. Lord have mercy on us! I am so depleted”.
She called sexual orientation based savagery, “the greatest slaughter ever”.
“Where are our dads, siblings, our uncles! Nikuphi isibaya sokhokho sibulawa! Nikuphi umsamo ka Mvelinqangi unyukubezwa! Liphi ihawu lesizwe? Aphi amakhosi? Nikuphi? These are your youngsters!
“For whatever length of time that nothing is significant for these men, they will keep killing us. This is the greatest annihilation ever!”