#MentalHealth issues continue occupying the spotlight following the reported death of House vocalist Nichume Siwundla. The singer who's well known for her 2017 breakout hit Bhutiza with Mobi Dixon died on Thursday night from an apparent suicide. #RIPNichume pic.twitter.com/m0pjNDLpYj— Kwanele Mketeni (@KwaneleMketeni) June 7, 2019
Hitmaker of Bhutizer who was featured in Mobi dixion song #Nichume has died. RIP we loosing young talented artist.— KE SHARP (@danielmarven) June 7, 2019
Let's prevent death by always opening up with out problems that eating us inside thru out daily lives 😭😭😭
Condolences to her family pic.twitter.com/cfsogkUPbp
Watch: We are deeply saddened to hear the tragic news of the untimely passing of House Vocalist & upcoming music star, Nichume Siwundla.— Arts & Culture (@ArtsCultureSA) June 7, 2019
Well known for her feature on the hit song, Bhutiza, Nichume had a talent our nation will truly miss.
May her soul rest in peace #ripnichume pic.twitter.com/e7HM49nOA5
Why are you idiots blaming Denise for Nichume's death?— The elephant in the room. (@CapturedVoice) June 7, 2019
Have you not critiqued someone's work in your life?
Must she be punished for someone not being able to take criticism?
Your fake outrage is exposing your stupidity.#RIPNichume pic.twitter.com/qtq7dT5hjT