#JusticeForLufuno: Prince Kaybee Is In Shock

How could this happen?

By  | Apr 14, 2021, 01:27 PM  | Prince Kaybee  | Top of The

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The country is livid over the untimely passing of young Lufuno Mavhungu, who took her own life after a video of her getting beaten by another scholar went viral. The 15-year-old Limpopo scholar allegedly overdosed on prescription pills just hours after the video was shared on social media.

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Mzansi is saddened by the news of Lufuno's suicide which was caused by another pupil over, what many speculate, a R5 coin. Many of our celebrities have expressed their anguish and have taken to social media to relay their thoughts.

Prince Kaybee who has invested a lot of his time in addressing societal issues will be attending the funeral of young Lufuno. When the country learned about her story he said, "May her soul rest in peace. I honestly don’t have words for this, the trauma in her eyes is so loud." He then slammed those who were  cheering the bully on, "But some of them were clapping when she was being slapped like an animal. Sad how her death prompted this, sies."

He then said he would be attending her funeral.
Politician Mmusi Maimane encouraged schools to take bullying seriously, "There must be #JusticeForLufuno. This is a parents worst nightmare. It’s heartbreaking. I hope that the minister of basic education visits the school and the family while she is on her Limpopo oversight. No school in our nation should entertain bullying in any shape or form."

Rapper Boity promised should an incident in this nature happen to her child, she would ensure the family knows no peace, “I’m truly not sure what I would do if this was my child. But I would make sure that bully and her family never ever find peace.”

Actress Buhle Samuels slammed the school, “I wish she knew how valuable she is! How goodness prevails! Bullying is unacceptable and disgusting! Having watched the videos there’s something wrong with that school. The children there need an intervention, ASAP!”

Media personality Hulisani Ravele wishes bullying could be made a crime, “Perpetrators (learners) must go to 'jail' for mandatory rehabilitation during their sentence. Now a family has to bury their daughter. Wow. (And I'm not insensitive to understand the guilty girl is hurting too, but not this!),"

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