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DJ Zinhle’s dedication to Pearl Thusi leaves Mzansi worried

Pearl Thusi

Fans of Queen Sono’s lead actress Pearl Thusi were left bewildered after Pearl’s sudden disappearance from social media. Pearl has mysteriously went MIA without any announcement or even a small hint that she would be taking a social media break.

Best friend DJ Zinhle sent Pearl a public dedication on Twitter and the heartfelt message raised a few eyebrows with many wondering what happened to Pearl. The special dedication post comes a few days after Pearl deactivated her Twitter account.

DJ Zinhle and Pearl Thusi

Zinhle’s appreciation post saw her dedicating her 2019 hit Umlilo, with the caption; “This is for you. Everything will be okay… I love you.” This had many thinking that there is something wrong with Pearl and it is a private matter that needs some urgency.

Pearl Thusi

On Instagram, the actress first made her page private, she then deactivated that account too. At often times, many ZAlebs go on a social media break when things get a little too hectic. Some do it for their mental well-being because the trolling that takes place can be a bit too much. No explanations are given and they come back in a better state of mind.

Fans expressed their concerns on the comments section and sent some words of encouragement.

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Source: IOL