Kuli Roberts Has Died

She reportedly passed on last night

By  | Feb 10, 2022, 02:46 PM  | Kuli Roberts  | Top of The

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Another great loss for Mzansi's entertainment industry. TV and Radio Personality Kuli Roberts has reportedly passed away. According to Daily Sun, the former Kaya FM radio presenter died yesterday.

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The publication also shared that Kuli's close friends and colleagues confirmed her passing and shared that she died on Wednesday 9th at 10 pm.

Kaya FM has also confirmed the news adding that the family is yet to release the statement.

Kuli Roberts passed on at the age of 49. Tributes continue to pour in on social media.

A few weeks ago, Kuli rubbished rumours that she was elected as a  councillor at ATM. The star set the record straight during an interview with Clement Manyathela’s “Hanging Out” show on 702.

“I never signed up to be a councillor for ATM. Manyi posted absolute lies, I was never standing up to be a councillor for ATM and that basically cost me my job...That hurts but s*** happens...

“I would never get involved in politics in this country, it is dangerous. It's like Mexico, it's a warpath, and I’m really not into that,” she said as quoted by IOL.
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Meanwhile, The entertainment industry is still mourning the passing of the legendary actor Patrick Shai.

He was laid to rest a few days ago, Speaking at his memorial service, his wife Masechaba Shai said her husband was a great man who cared for his family.

"I am humbled by the support and love that you have been giving us. Patrick behaved like a child and my job was to ground him. I want to say all of you judging him, you need to start judging yourself first. This pain is deep. Very deep. I want you guys to understand, it is deep…

" He loved my kids with all his heart. He was a father first, he was a husband, he was a caretaker. He carried us. We were not perfect and he was not perfect. Being on TV doesn’t make you perfect,” she said

She also spoke about the abuse that she suffered in her marriage saying, “He was a perpetrator like all of you in this place. I was never intimidated by the beautiful women who became the wives of my husband. When he said ‘I am sorry, he meant it. My kids are hurting because of the country that my husband loved.”

She added that people should learn to forgive, “My kids, don't take serious what people say about your father because you know him. He was no saint. I am not a saint and you are also not innocent but still, he was a human being. South Africa, let us forgive because God forgives all of us all the time.

“I am not an actor, I am realist. I am not a robot but a human being. I am not crying but crying for my kids and I don't know how are they going to recover from this. Patrick was like a child, he played a lot. I called him Ntwana," she said.

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