Nomsa Buthelezi lives in heartbreak over the death of Lindiwe
Gomora Diva Nomsa Buthelezi has taken to social media to interrupt her silence following the passing of legendary actress Lindiwe Ndlovu, and the way mean-spirited people became even within the show business.
In a live video on her Facebook page, she started off by telling her followers that she was heavy-hearted and shattered this morning. She said she needed to open up about certain things because she was feeling lonely than many things were coming through to her mind.
As many are celebrating the life of Lindiwe by paying tribute to her and circulating her images on social media. Nomsa has told her followers that they ought to celebrate her life now as she remains alive and not when she has left the building.
“Do not buy me flowers once I am gone, show me now that you simply love me which I even have an area in your heart. don’t post my pictures once I am gone, tell me now that you simply love me and show me,” she said.
The Lockdown actress also spoke about how bitter people that are in higher powers within the show business became. She said they will plan to write off your character, and nobody will speak on your behalf, stupidly about your family that you simply got to support.
She said she has been working hard within the industry but still she is poor. Nomsa said she is wondering what proportion Lindiwe left in her checking account thanks to the immense contribution she made to the local Television industry.
She said that they had their own struggles with the late actress and that they would open up about them on set. Nomsa reignited the subject of actors getting paid but what they deserve and find yourself dying broke.
The actress paid tribute to Lindiwe for her great work ethic and for unwaveringly holding the torch high for the incoming batch of actors within the industry. She said albeit she had a stroke, she worked extremely hard and she or he was a fanatical thespian.
“Yesterday we lost Lindiwe and that we never saw it coming, Lindiwe was a soldier. She worked when she had a stroke, she would get on set early and I might see her performing on the set of Lockdown,” she said whilst breaking down.
Lindiwe passed on yesterday and her family confirmed her passing through a press release. “It is with heavy hearts and unimaginable sadness that we bring you the news of Lindiwe Thembeka Ndlovu passing in her home this morning 11th January,” reads the statement.
The family didn’t reveal the circumstances surrounding her explanation for death but they need to describe her as an unsung incredible actress who lived an enormous space within the creative world of acting.
“Her bright, large burning light has gone out, and that we are devastated to bring you this sad news. To us Lindiwe was family but to several, she was such a lot more,” said her family.
Nomsa said people won’t be allowed at her funeral to pay their last respect because she is going to be buried by her family