Messages of condolences have been pouring in to his family. 2020 must just end.
Multi-award-winning rapper Da L.E.S will be closing off 2020 on a bad note following the passing of his father, Leslie Jonathan Mampe SNR.
The rapper broke the news last night in a tweet that he has suffered a major blow and he did not reveal more details surrounding the cause of his father’s death. Da L.E.S tweeted “R.I.P Leslie Jonathan Mampe SNR”, and messages of condolences have been pouring in for his family.
It is no secret that losing a loved one is one of the most traumatizing experiences in life and healing from their loss can take several years, thus putting a strain on your life. This year has been a rollercoaster ride and not a great year for several people who suffered from the brunts of COVID-19 and even lost their loved ones.
R.I.P Leslie Jonathan Mampe SNR 🕊🙏🏾
— Da L.E.S (@2freshLES) December 29, 2020
The hip-hop star is not the only celeb to lose a parent this year. Model and businesswoman Ayanda Ncwane, recently announced the passing of her beloved mother. In a post on Instagram, Ayanda posted of picture of herself with her mom and captioned it, “Yah neh. How does one even say rest In Peace MOM How? Her fans took to her comments section to send their messages of condolences.
Another one of our faves who lost a loved one is award-winning house legend DJ Oskido, who lost his father, Esaph Mdlongwa. Taking to social media a few months ago he announced his passing. The DJ shared a series of images of him with his father and paid tribute to him. Oskido said his father succumbed to the novel coronavirus.
“It’s with great sadness to let you know that I have lost my old man due to COVID19, a great man who inspired me to understand the value of life. So long Mdala, rest well. I will see you again in the next lifetime. You’ve shown us a way & shone the light Akwehlanga lungehlang, His post was filled with messages of condolences to him and his family following their loss,” he tweeted.
Another star who lost a loved one is Kabza Da Small. The star took to Twitter to express his sorrow at losing a loved one just before Christmas. He just tweeted “2020” along with a thumbs down and two broken hearts emojis. Tweeps revealed that he lost his baby and comforted him.
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