Bongani Fassie Pays Tribute To His Late Mother Brenda Fassie
As the saying goes, ‘death be not proud’ as the world lost another music icon, Brenda Fassie at the age of 39 in the year 2004.
Reports showed that the musician overdosed on cocaine where she then collapsed into a coma. She then died in Sunninghill Hospital.
Bongani Fassie paid homage to his late mother, who was dubbed the Queen of African pop, on the anniversary of her death, which is also a day before mother’s day.
Ensuring that her music lives on and is commemorated, the Hip/Hop artist took to Twitter to post a moving tribute to his mother and shared a video of one of her classical hits Ag Shame Lovey.
“Today Mama Bear Was laid to rest. A day before Mother’s Day,” he tweeted.
Today Mama Bear Was layed to rest.
A day before Mother’s Day pic.twitter.com/vZNuTgkHyE
— Bongani Fassie (@IamBONGZ) May 9, 2020
Followers flooded the comments section with videos and images along with messages that pay respect to the Queen that was famously known as Ma Brrr.
She’s a legend, may her soul continue to Rest In Peace. Mabrrrr!! Ukhusalayo!!!! pic.twitter.com/iFrRi9vjDN
— BopheloWarena (@BopheloWarena) May 9, 2020
Today ndivuke ngaye u sis MaBrrr. Our very own pride, joy, talent with such a golden voice. She was such a free spirited person and I am happy that I watched her perform live♥️Rip sis Brenda Fassie and life is going on and we miss you. pic.twitter.com/1cbtCpgyZ1
— Mzwelana Oka Gxarha (@funkyZwel) May 9, 2020
As we remember the Queen ? the legend of our music industry she may be gone but not forget
— Tumizo (@Tumizo5) May 9, 2020
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