TNS Opens Up About The Tragic Passing Of His Loved One

TNS Opens Up About The Tragic Passing Of His Loved One

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Ayabonga hitmaker Nkazimolo Ngema popularly known as TNS is mourning. The musician took to Instagram to share that today is his uncle’s burial and also his birthday, he is turning 21 today.

 

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TNS said his uncle got shot and passed away during looting.
His post read: “Unkulunkulu uyakwazi ukwenza izinto ngedlela yakhe ngempela (God knows how to do things his way honestly) Today it’s my birthday and today emakhaya ekhaya bangcwaba uMalume wami (at home they are burying my uncle) who got shot juring looting ngizilile (I am mourning) with my family in JHB.”

Fans also took to the comments section to wish him a happy birthday and to also pass their condolences.

 

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TNS shares a birthday with the former president Nelson Mandela. The late Tata would be turning 103 years old today.

Celebrities have taken to social media platforms to share what this day means to them and how they are planning to spend it.

Businesswoman and Reality TV Star Shauwn Mkhize
“LONG LIVE THE SPIRIT OF MANDELA!!! GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN…He has done his part hence we can still remember him today, let us all work on creating our own footprint that will live a lasting legacy to the coming generation.”

Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida
“South Africans are best when they act in unison. We rise to the occasion when it is necessary. To those who can, and want to help – it is necessary to help now. Please pledge what you can.”

Reality TV Star Kgomotso Ndungane
“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.” Together, let’s eradicate poverty by being involved and supporting poverty eradication projects. For me, supporting the #theredmovementsa @move_africa_co not only helps eradicate period poverty but also makes sure that our sisters never miss a day from school because of no access to sanitary pads and most importantly educating them.

“I am asking you to help me by pledging a menstrual cup for R100.00. For 1 cup pledged, we will match that. 3 in 10 girls in South Africa miss up to a week in school during their period. In the last stats taken, we had raised 2000 cups (1000 pledged and 1000 matched), with 18,000 still to go. If unable to pledge for now, please just spread awareness by sharing this post with others. That’s also how you can get involved, just spreading awareness. Happy International Nelson Mandela Day 🏽🏾♥️”

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