A video has surfaced on social media which shows Nyinene Mrwetyana being silly on campus. The video shows the late UCT student laughing and enjoying her life. South Africans were heartbroken over the video, which has since gone viral.
On Tuesday, a woman, Asiphe Mdingi, posted a video of Uyinene on Twitter which shows her enjoying life, laughing and doing normal varsity girl things.
“Rest in peace beautiful, gorgeous Uyinene… Lala ngoxolo Mafu, Langa, Khuboni, Mambele….Yours is a sad reality we wake up to and sleep knowing that it could be me,” she captioned the post.
Rest In Peace Beautiful, gorgeous Uyinene…. Lala ngoxolo Mafu, Langa, Khuboni, Mambele…. 🌸 yours is a sad reality we wake up too & sleep knowing that It could be me #AmINext 💔💔💔😭😭😭 #RIPUyineneMrwetyana pic.twitter.com/0btsctRn8F
— Asiphe Mdingi (@asiphe_mdingi) September 3, 2019
South Africans were heartbroken over the video footage and they expressed their sadness in the comment section. Graeme Mkhalimi K, who goes by the social media handle @Graeme_MK, wrote: “She truly had bright future ahead of her. Such a young lady full of life. I’m indeed ashamed of being called a man, we are your curse.
Umphefumlo kaMambhele alale ngoxolo uMambele torho.” Twitter user, @musa_sweet, commented: “There is no getting over this, I’ve never felt this close to a stranger. Not in our name women, it is enough #RIPUyineneMrwetyana” Dr Kolobe Mmonwa, @KolobeMmonwa, added: “Such a happy soul taken abruptly”
Darling of a girl. I didin’t know her, but sharing missing posts , hearing about how she died and seeing pic’s and videos of her makes her a kindred spirit. You are our person Nene. RIP.#UyineneMrwetyana
— Debbie K (@DKapoock) September 3, 2019
— KingNhlingoMnisi (@king_mnisi) September 3, 2019
Her smile is so sweet. 💓
— Noli 🎶 (@Noleynolz) September 3, 2019
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