South African gospel artists have decided to take action by coming together to raise funds to fix the tombstone of the late gospel star Lundi Tyamara.
Lundi Tyamara died last year January at the age of 38 after a battle with stomach TB and a liver condition, his family confirmed.
According to Daily Sun, close friends of Lundi are tired of seeing their friend’s final resting place in ruins. According to reports, Lundi’s tombstone was vandalised shortly after his burial.
Speaking to the Sowetan, gospel star and one of Lundi’s close friends Thabiso Moloi said the family has been struggling to raise enough money to fix the tombstone as no one in the family was employed.
“What is funny is that the fencing around it is still standing. Which means someone scaled the fence just to break the head of the tombstone,” he told the publication.