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Amber Ray: Sally did not die bleaching

Socialite Amber Ray is angry with bloggers and haters spreading information they aren’t sure about in regards to what killed her BFF Sally.

Rumour had it Sally died after receiving a whitening injection (intravenous injection for vitamin C supplement) by a family doctor in her house.

Sadly, the celebrity died before finishing the procedure. The information was published through various platforms, something her BFF Amber Ray has trashed.

The mother of one asked those spreading the fake news to stop as even the close friends do not know yet what killed her.

“I’ve never been the kind of a person to address rumours but I just want to make it clear that my BFF didn’t die of skin bleaching injection as all idlers claim,” she wrote.

“She was born naturally light and so beautiful, and we are still waiting for the postmortem results. So please, as much as it’s tea for you, at least get your facts right!

“Imagine we as her closest people we don’t know yet what killed her and you a stranger, you are busy running your mouth. Shame on you all!”

Mourning her best friend’s sudden death, a heartbroken Amber Ray shared a past video of them together. She wrote, “I miss you already hun, but I’ll hold on to the good memories till we meet again. Love you forever. RIP. BFF.”

Sally was also a close friend to Kiss FM’s Jalang’o, who posted a black rose flower to mourn her.

“The thin line between life and death. Silence of death in life, The living dead, The tomorrow we don’t know. Jovial you in the night, deathly silence in the morning! Yes, I didn’t believe you are dead and I will never come to terms with your death! Wake up, my dear friend! RIP, Sally.”

Socialite Vera Sidika paid a moving tribute, describing Sally as a rare friend.

“I might not have known you for years but the one year truly felt like 10 years of friendship. You were an amazing pure soul, Sally. I love you. Asia (Vera’s daughter) loves you so much. We will forever celebrate you. This is a celebration of a life well-lived.”


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