Psyfo’s Younger Brother Passes On Two Months After Grandmother Died Of Covid-19. 2020 has already been ruled out as the worst year of the decade, it may be reaching its end but it is sure leaving vivid painful memories to most people.
Former Yo-TV presenter and rapper Sidwell Ngwenya popularly known as Psyfo recently revealed that this he lost his grandmother to Covid-19. To put more salt to the wound, the rapper suffered another loss of a family member, a younger brother whose cause of death he didn’t reveal.
“I lost my grand mother to Covid 2 months ago. My younger brother passed away on Tuesday. Being strong is a skill I am getting tired of,” he wrote.
A number of celebrities came through to share the words of comfort to Ngwenya. Despite suffering the loss of two family members in a short space of time Psyfo hasn’t been too much into the spotlight as he was growing up. The rapper is pursuing interests such as traveling and going back to school.
“Can’t believe I’m going back to school end of the month when I said I was done with school just end of last year,” he shared part of his progress.
Condolences my bro ❤️ Words won't make it better, and being strong can be extremely tiring. Just be. Feel. Mourn. Be angry. Be all the emotions you need to be. Sending you and your family so much love! ❤️
— Sade Giliberti (@SadeGiliberti) October 15, 2020
Ahh man sorry to hear that. Condolences to you and your family King.
— Dj Dimplez (@DjDimplez) October 15, 2020
Condolences my brother 🙏🏾
— ProVerb (@ProVerbMusic) October 15, 2020
Sorry bro. Maybe God give you strength and healing. Condolences
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) October 15, 2020
I'm truly heartbroken to hear of such tragedy.
Another stark reminder for everyone that this virus hasn't taken leave. Level 1 in SA still requires us to be focussed and deliberate in our daily behaviour and actions to protect ourselves, our families & those around us. #COVID19
— CATHERINE Constantinides (@ChangeAgentSA) October 15, 2020
Sincerest condolences to you and the family 🙏🏽
— Cyprian (@iamcyprian) October 15, 2020