NayMaps Likens Shona's Passing To His Father's

"You are love personified"

By  | Aug 02, 2021, 02:14 PM  | Nay Maps  | Relationships

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Actor and business man Nkosinathi "Naymaps" Maphalala is in mourning after he lost someone he regarded as a father figure.

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Naymaps lost his father last year July 18th and on the anniversary of his father's death this year, he took to Instagram to share that he is honouring his dad. He said, "Honouring You Today Dad…as we laid you to rest this time last year…I Love You Forever"

Now Naymaps has lost another person who's death has reminded him of his dad's passing. He took to Instagram to pay his tribute.

He said, "Cannot believe that I’m even typing this 💔This reminds me of Dad passing on this exact month of July this time last year💔😭The last conversation we had was just a few weeks ago on how you were excited about the return of my character on The Queen and how I was looking forward to making new magic with you and seeing you again🥺💔

"Iv spent hours scrolling through my entire photo library to try find at least one picture of you and I 🥺 and realise that of all the times we’ve chatted and spent together and worked together - I never bothered to take a pic with you as I didn’t think I’d one day miss being next to you🥺

"Haven't been able to sleep properly since the 30th🥺 This hurts!💔 This really sux! 💔This first slide is a pic you posted exactly this week last year😭You spoke highly of the importance of collaboration, the importance of working together and not hating or being jealous of one another.

"You didn’t only speak of the importance of us supporting each other as black people and black businesses but you lived it out. You insisted on Purchasing my clothing line and not getting it for free.

You are Love Personified❤️You have been an example of “action speaks louder than words”. You lived out every single word of wisdom and advice you shared with me and the world. You Pioneered Black Excellence in South Africa’s Film Industry and created platforms for more South African Talent to be seen.

You touched masses. You employed masses. You gave South Africans and the world something to talk about. You entertained the country. Even when some spoke ill of you, you still delivered and gave SA n the world something to think about, you still gave the BEST, you gave your ALL.

The other Slides in this post are truly what you stood for - GOD, FAMILY, WORK!
Your life ministered to those around you and those following you on social media. As much as I’m hurt by this, I’m so glad I gave you your roses while you were still physically present with us.

A LEGEND YOU ARE!🙌🏾A KING YOU ARE!👑AN ICON YOU ARE!🔥Your Spirit Lives On 🕊Love n Prayers to
@connie_ferguson @ali.ferguson_ @sediimatsunyane Roro and the whole family at large❤️#RIPShonaFerguson"

Most of The Queen actors have also taken to Instagram to share their emotions following the death of Shona Ferguson.

Vuyo Ngcukana who plays the role of Schumacher said, "Such a big heart, electrifying energy, unstoppable drive, you have touched and changed many lives, you were one of a kind, a giant full of love and magic. My big bro, my mentor, I’m pained, I will miss you, thank you for everything you have done for me and my family, phumla ngoxolo Ta Sho 🙏🏾♥️🕊"

Uncle Sho's death has definitely opened a flood of emotions and tributes are still pouring. He will be missed.

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