RIP: Vera Sidika mourns ‘little sister’ Aziza Frisby
Socialite Vera Sidika is grappling with shock and sorrow following the untimely passing of her close friend and Instagram sensation, Aziza Frisby.
Aziza Frisby, a British-Tanzanian fashion model and influencer based in Kenya, tragically died on the October 4, 2023.
The heart-wrenching news of the death was shared by her friends, Vera, who considered Aziza as her younger sister.
Vera took to social media to express her profound grief, describing Aziza as a girl with a promising future, a bright star whose light was extinguished prematurely.
In an emotional post, Vera mourned the loss, saying: “My little sister is no more. Someone tell me it’s a crazy nightmare. We just spoke the other day. I have been crying my lungs out. I can promise you one thing, that girl’s star is too bright they couldn’t take it anymore. They had to finish her, and we will get to the bottom of this. Jealousy everywhere. I know for sure what that city has turned into. You can’t trust nobody.”
Vera continued, “It’s a Liiiiiiiieeeeeee. I still can’t believe it. Not my baby. No. No No this is just a bad nightmare.”
She also clarified that Aziza is not her biological sibling but someone she had come to consider as her sister over the years.
“Not biological. A very close friend that is like a little sister to me.”
While Vera shared her heartfelt condolences and pain, she did not disclose further details regarding the cause of Aziza’s untimely demise.
Several celebrities, including NRG radio presenter Shaq the Yungin, Maxwell Mwamburi, Bridget Shighadi, and Risper Faith, have also expressed their condolences and sorrow over the loss of Aziza.
As the Kenyan entertainment industry mourns the loss of this vibrant and talented influencer, condolences pour in from all corners. May Aziza Frisby’s soul rest in eternal peace.
Aziza Frisby had worked with several celebrities, including Vera Sidika, Willy Paul, Shaq The Yungin, and many more, leaving a significant impact on the industry.
Socialite Risper Faith paid tribute to her, saying, “Rest Easy baby girl.”