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Ayanda Borotho has taken to her social media to pen down heartfelt message after she lost someone who is very dear to her.

The star is one who has never posted a loved one who passed on but this one is really special to her.

Ayanda said: “I never post loved ones who have passed on but knowing you, you’re going to make sure I do and that’s why I’m at peace doing this post. It feels right because of you.”

She said she really don’t know how to write epistle but it has been a nightmare to her as she lost her.

“I don’t know how to write Rest In Peace under the circumstances of your passing. The past 2 weeks since your passing have been a nightmare. Like the storm you were, you came into my life like thunder and then left like lightening with endless rain. How you left has broken me. Indeed you were tired but being robbed of your light is a true crime. I pray you find peace my F (as you so affectionately called me). ”

Ayanda continued: “Had I known that last text you sent the morning of the afternoon you passed was your last, I may have done better. I have consoled myself with the knowledge that you tried to escape, even though love kept taking you back. And then it finally took you. Go Sbahle, take care of your last born. She couldn’t be without her mommy.”

Borotho revealed that she’ll write Sbahle’s story as she requested.

Ayanda concluded: “I’ll write your story as you had asked. How, I don’t know yet but I know you’ll give me whispers from heaven. You are eternally in my heart. Rest Queen. God grant you peace.”

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I never post loved ones who have passed on but knowing you, you’re going to make sure I do and that’s why I’m at peace doing this post. It feels right because of you. I don’t know how to write Rest In Peace under the circumstances of your passing. The past 2 weeks since your passing have been a nightmare. Like the storm you were, you came into my life like thunder and then left like lightening with endless rain. How you left has broken me. Indeed you were tired but being robbed of your light is a true crime. I pray you find peace my F (as you so affectionately called me). Had I known that last text you sent the morning of the afternoon you passed was your last, I may have done better. I have consoled myself with the knowledge that you tried to escape, even though love kept taking you back. And then it finally took you. Go Sbahle, take care of your last born. She couldn’t be without her mommy. I’ll write your story as you had asked. How, I don’t know yet but I know you’ll give me whispers from heaven. You are eternally in my heart. Rest Queen. God grant you peace.

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