Tears flowed as the mourners gathered at the Assemblies of God church in Sandton, Johannesburg, on Wednesday evening, to celebrate the life of the late Nichume musician Siwundla.
Bhutiza hitmaker & # 39;the record company, Top Chap Media, said on Friday that she was found in a friend's house on Thursday after obvious suicide.
A close friend of the star, Buhlali Qina, said on the monument that she had been called to a friend's flat because something happened to Nichume & # 39;
She flung herself there and said that her worst fears were confirmed.
"As soon as I looked into Chume's face, I knew. I fell to the floor and when I got up, I knew I had to be strong for those I love. . "
Another friend, Vuyo Jacobs, begged Nichume not to leave them alone in grief.
"Honey, please, do not go! Nichume, you're love … One day we'll be fine. It may not be today or next week or next month, but everything will be fine. "
Manyano Madiba said that Nichume told him not to die before she did, because she did not know what she would do without him.
"She told me," wait until I leave before you go, because I do not know how to live without you. " It is sad that what was a joke happened, I lost my partner and my soul mate. now she will be standing next to me, motivating me … I know that one day we will meet again.
Nichume's younger sister, Buhle Tyantsi, cried for most of the monument and was supported by her relatives who joined the song and adoration for her sister.
When she rose to speak, she praised Nichume for her immunity and passion, saying that she fought for what she wanted.
"Nichume had a fighting spirit. She fought for what she believed in and for the good of those she loved. It was an admirable feature, but to some extent also a flaw because sometimes she could not fight for herself in the same way and with the same spirit. "