Rami Chuene thanks the Lord for his mercy on her and for making her attend the funerals of those close to her, but not others

Rami Chuene thanks the Lord for his mercy on her and for making her attend the funerals of those close to her, but not others

As the Covid-19 fatalities became more and more personal to people across SA, the number of funerals to attend has gone up, albeit the regulations limit the number of attendees.

Rami Chuene thanks the Lord for his mercy on her and for making her attend the funerals of those close to her, but not others

That is why actress Rami Chuene is grateful that she is a minimum of ready to attend funerals virtually and she’s taken to Twitter to elucidate why that’s.

Rami has labeled the power to host and attend virtual funerals a “small mercy” in these difficult times for Mzansi and therefore the remainder of the planet.

The actress explained that while it surely doesn’t feel equivalent to exposure physically to support your family and friends and to mourn the loss of a beloved, she was grateful for the comfort it gave her to a minimum of “attend” the funeral virtually.

“Thank God for little mercies. I’ve been attending memorials and funerals virtually. Just finished watching my cousin’s. I do know it’s not really an enormous deal but it does bring some comfort and for that I’m grateful,” she said.

SA lost celebrities like veteran actress Mary Twala and, more recently, Kwaito star Mshoza. Under normal circumstances, the families would have had large funerals attended by a mess of fans, friends, and family.

However, thanks to the strict regulations set to assist curb the spread of coronavirus, the families of the well-known stars held intimate farewell ceremonies for his or her loved ones.

Fans and friends trusted the families arranging a Facebook or YouTube live streaming of the services to mention goodbye to the celebs, as per the new norm.

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