Kuli Roberts Mourns A Loved One

“Rest in Peace my baby."

By  | May 04, 2021, 08:47 AM  | Kuli Roberts  | Relationships

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Actress and television presenter Kuli Roberts recently revealed that she has lost a loved one. Sharing her grief through social media, Kuli tweeted that she is grateful that her friend is no longer in pain.

“Rest in Peace my baby. You the best thing that's ever happened to me and I'm grateful that u not in pain anymore. Miss u so much already and in utter disbelief, our plans remain unchanged and I will for Lawi. Rest in peace Lulu Banda. You will always be my heart, little sister.”

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Roberts also shared some of her fondest memories with Lulu.

“We used to wake up and take her to Red Cross Children's Hospital every day as she would get hives. I remember her being stuck in plaster after they broke both her legs in order to straight them. We chilled together for months rocking and getting em straight,” she added. “She was the only one out of all those people who was always there.”

Kuli went on to say that her late sister is probably up to no good with late multi-award-winning South African singer Brenda Fassie. She shared dialogue of what their conversation probably sounded like.

Well the pain is gone and she is probably up to no good with Fassie.
Brenda: oh i intombi ka Tembeka
Lulu: Hello sisi
Brenda: Awuna entshi? Cigarette,  gway?
Lulu: Ndiyabuya
Langa reunited!

An emotional Kuli Roberts also revealed to her followers that their last conversation was a light-hearted one.

Last time we spoke we were laughing cause her front teeth were damaged and removed after the car accident and I kept asking her to say, "sip".

The past couple of days have been challenging for South Africans as we’re also mourning the unexpected passing of Mantfombi Dlamini, Princess of eSwatini, Queen of the Zulu.

Her death came just a month after the death of her husband King Zwelithini.

“It is with the deepest shock and distress that the Royal Family announces the unexpected passing Her Majesty Queen Shiyiwe Mantfombi Dlamini-Zulu, the regent of the Zulu Nation. This has taken us by surprise and left us utterly bereft. It is true that the Lord alone knows the days that he has allotted to each one of us. On behalf of the Royal Family I wish to assure the nation that while we are all rightly grief-stricken, there will be no leadership vacuum in the Zulu Nation.” Read, in part, a statement from Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi.

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