David Genaro Went On A Rampage Kissing And Hugging Everyone The Night He Died| VIDEOS
The late legendary actor, Jamie Bartlett randomly went on a rampage, kissing and hugging waitresses, cooks and everyone he met at 012 Lifestyle Brooklyn a night before his untimely death, reports say.
Videos circulating online show that the famed actor behaved weirdly the night before he died.
Somizi, who was with him the night he was hosting the African Cuisine event also revealed that the actor was greeting everyone at the groove as if his spirit knew he was about to die and that this was going to be his last time seeing those people.
In one of the videos posted by Somizi on his Instagram page, Jamie can be seen greeting, kissing and hugging waitresses at the restaurant kitchen. Somizi claims the actor had sneaked unnoticed from where he was sitting so he could greet the waiters.
These were some of his last moments that have left Mzansi teary.
Watch Some Of The Videos Below;
Jamie taking pictures with fans;
The veteran actor who was much loved for his portrayal of the role of David Genaro on the soapie Rhythm City died on Monday morning at the age of 55.
His death came as a shock to many South Africans, especially those who were with him the previous night at 012 Lifestyle Brooklyn restaurant. Witnesses from the previous night claim that he did not show any signs of sickness and was jolly the whole night.
Meanwhile, reports close to the development are still unclear on Jamie’s cause of death. His family hasn’t yet confirmed the death despite the social media meltdown. Tributes have been pouring on social media as people reminisce on the iconic characters he has played on Mzansi small screens.