Actress Busisiwe Lurayi, who appeared in the movie How to Ruin Christmas, just passed away, according to the agency Eye Media Artists.
Yes, the organization connected to the late actress Busisiwe Lurayi has acknowledged her passing. We regret having to inform you about Busisiwe Lurayi’s unexpected passing, but we feel compelled to do so.
According to sources, the How To Ruin Christmas actor passed away on Sunday, July 10, 2022. Numerous factors are connected to this news. We are here to provide you with accurate and verified information about the news of Busisiwe Lurayi’s passing.
In the sections that follow, we’ll examine a few significant Busisiwe Lurayi-related issues.
How Did Busi Lurayi Die?
In a statement, the organization connected to Eye Media Artists revealed the heartbreaking news of Busisiwe Lurayi’s passing.
“The cause of the demise of Busisiwe Lurayi is still unknown at this moment while we await the results of the autopsy report,” the statement adds.
We sincerely ask that you give us time to process this awful event as close friends and family members, the statement continued.
We appreciate your assistance and support thus far, and we will provide updates as soon as they are made public.
Busi Lurayi Death Cause
Busisiwe Lurayi is most recognized for playing the role of Tumi Sello in the Netflix original series “How to destroy Christmas.”
After seeing her in the aforementioned series for two seasons, people began to recognize her.
In addition to this, she performed in a highly popular season of the sitcom City Ses’la on SABC 1, where she played the part of Phumzile, and she also had an appearance in the Ses’la spin-off Ses’Top La.
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Who Is Busi Lurayi?
In the SABC1 sitcom City Ses’la and its spin-off series Ses’Top La, Busi Lurayi played the lead character Phumzile from 2005 to 2006 and again in 2010.
The actress’s daughter was left behind. People have flooded the internet with posts paying tribute to her after word of her passing spread.
The actress won a SAFTA award in 2006 for her performance in a television project in which she played a supporting role.
She received the same award again in 2011 and 2021 for her efforts in “How to spoil Christmas” and “City Ses’la” after that. She and her family are in our thoughts and prayers.