"Not In The Mood For Le Death" -Moshe Ndiki

SA celebs react to Queen Elizabeth's death

By  | Sep 09, 2022, 01:06 PM  | Drama

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South African celebrities have reacted to the death of Queen Elizabeth. There have been mixed reactions on social media since news of his passing went viral.

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The Queen passed away at her Balmoral Palace on Thursday, 8 September, at the age of 96. In a statement issued by her family, Buckingham Palace informed the world. “The death of my beloved Mother, Her Majesty The Queen, is a moment of the greatest sadness for me and all members of my family,” the King said in a statement.

He stated, "We deeply mourn the passing of a cherished Sovereign and a much-loved Mother. I know her loss will be deeply felt throughout the country, the Realms and the Commonwealth, and by countless people around the world.”

Rapper Boity Thulo shared a tweet from an SA citizen who seemed unbothered by the Queen's death. Due to rumors that the Queen stole minerals from South Africans, the citizen referred to her as Zama Zama. Many are celebrating her death because of the dehumanization of millions of people across the world.
Bonang jokingly suggested that the Lord is watching those who are joking about the queen's passing.
Moshe Ndiki has also expressed that he is not mourning her death.

In a statement, the Economic Freedom Fighters said it does not mourn her death “We do not mourn the death of Elizabeth, because to us her death is a reminder of a very tragic period in this country and Africa's history,” the EFF said in a statement issued late last night.

The party said Queen Elizabeth never acknowledged the atrocities that he family perpetuated across the world. “Elizabeth Windsor, during her lifetime, never acknowledged these crimes that Britain and her family in particular perpetrated across the world.
“In fact, she was a proud flag bearer of these atrocities because during her reign,” the statement continues reads.

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