Mzansi Celebs Remember The Late Naledi Willers

Gone too soon

By  | Dec 09, 2021, 02:32 PM  | Naledi Willers  | Drama

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The untimely passing of model and reality show star Naledi Willers sent shockwaves across the country yesterday, after Mzansi leaned of her departure.

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Naledi had been battling breast cancer for some time. Her family confirmed that she passed away in a statement yesterday. They said memorial and funeral arrangements will be communicated soon.

Since news of his passing began spreading, there have been outpouring of condolence messages to her family. Actress Sonia Mbele who was also a producer of the Real Housewives Of Durban, remembered her. In an emotional tweet, she shared how they would call each other with Naledi.

"Mosadi” (that’s what we called each other) I don’t even know what to say…we had our fair share of everything. Friendship, sisterhood, misunderstandings but above all we had love!!! Rest Mosadi rest," she tweeted.
Actress Mona Monyane has also paid tribute to her. "I remember the nights we'd stay up in my dorm room at NSA lamenting about the stupid boys who broke our hearts...You were always so selfless in love, so ready to give your all. Even if advised otherwise. You had such an innocence about you. Rest in Power Queen...There are no words," she said.

Ayanda Thabethe wrote on her Instagram stories: “Rest in eternal peace beautiful. You fought long and hard and always with a cheerful spirit ... may all of heaven dance at your sight. I'm sorry you had to go so soon.”

Reality show star Olwethu also tweeted "Lala ngoxolo Naledi. The Queen of shade. You had the smartest and sharpest soft spoken tongue I’d ever come across when we were on RHOJ. It was hilarious to watch some of the things you’d say go over heads… Nxese Sisi. Condolences to your family and friends."
Naledi had opened about being diagnosed with stage 2 triple negative breast cancer last year November 29. In a lengthy post she said : "If I look like I've just been through a war, it's because I have. On 29 Nov. 2019 I was diagnosed with stage 2 triple negative breast cancer. This was also the day I wrote the last exam of my law degree... while waiting for the call bearing my results.

I spent the past short while posting pictures taken around this time last year so I can show what a difference a year makes... and also to say that through all those changes, I'm still here. Still fighting? Does the fight for survival ever end? I choose to say: still healing. Still improving. Every day I draw another breath... still WINNING,"
she wrote.

May her soul rest in peace.

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