Celebrities such as Dr Rebecca Malope, Nomcebo Zikode, and Winnie Khumalo have logged on to social media to mourn the death of a well-known singer-songwriter who died on Sunday 15 May after a short illness.
Her fans also paid for the singer on social media after her family announced her death in a statement:
“It is with great sadness that I tell you of the death of our mother, our sister, our sister-in-law, our friend, and the Gospel singer Deborah Fraser, who had a short illness. He passed away today (Sunday) around noon, in front of his family and friends. ”
DEBORA FRASER dies
The late evangelist Dr Deborah Fraser the wife of Nomcebo Zikode, singer Winnie Khumalo, and Dr Rebecca Malope were some of the stars who paid tribute to the famous evangelist who died last Sunday. .
The star was named to the hospital from February to March in 2021 as Drum Magazine and used a wheelchair recently due to health problems according to the Daily Sun.
Fraser asked for prayer in his last interview with People People’s books when he fell ill on the way he would play in Klerksdorp in the North West.
The celebrants remembered the singer of the gospel
Jerusalem singer Nomcebo Zikode took to Instagram and shared a photo of her with her ex-husband singer.
“Goodbye Mother @dr_deborahfraser”
The famous gospel singer Dr. Rebecca Malope posted an old video of herself and Fraser sharing a stage saying:
“His music is soothing and comforting. The company no longer has the logo and one of the best talent we have produced. ”
“I could not believe it, such a girl of God had such a gift. I know he has diabetes. My mother has it too, and I know it is a hard disease to deal with, ”she says.
Malope urges her supporters to continue to support her music because her children need to continue living through the legacy their mother left them.
Winnie Khumalo shared the film with Fraser in 2009 when they teamed up for the ANC.
“We are traveling across the globe working together. I knew Deborah Fraser as a vocal supporter, and I heard she was one of the hottest singers. I listened to them when I was 15 years old. ”
Dr Rebecca Malope, Nomcebo and other mourners Dr Deborah Fraser
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