Beldina Nyadwe

The death of Swedish singer Beldina Nyadwe with Kenyan origin has shocked many.

Beldina passed away on December 20, aged 31, seven months after her mother Martha Adhiambo Nyadwe died in Sweden.

Beldina Nyadwe
Beldina Nyadwe with her friend Ms Anderson

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Katja Andersson, a close friend to Beldina broke the sad news on social media.

Feels pretty unreal to post this…

In loving memory of Beldina Nyadwe 🤍 With extreme saddened hearts, our beautiful sister and dear friend has left us too soon.Sing from the heavens. Rest amongst the Angels,’ she posted.

Beldina Nyadwe

Before her death, Beldina Nyadwe shared disturbing tweets and she seemed to be in need of help.

trying to get to heaven,’ read her tweet.

In another post, she tweeted

i wish someone could convince me to stay.

She was the face of Adidas “Caliroots’ campaign on Los Angeles and also worked for Elle Magazine in Sweden last year. In August she released her EP Black&Blond.

Beldina Nyadwe

Fans of Beldina from Sweden and Kenya have taken to social media to mourn her sudden demise and below are some of their messages;

Akoth Ombaka She is now resting in peace with her mother. I will surely miss Bellies

Biggty Bounce R.I.P sis. You are re-United with your mom ❤️ I will forever miss you

Rose Omondi It was lovely getting to know you and I had been looking forward to continuing together in this journey. I shall miss you Bellis. Rest in peace dearest.

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Elizabeth Odera The Lord is still in control so we let you fly dear Bellies. We shall miss you

Martin Stenbom I wish somebody had made you stay.
Rest in power beautiful woman with the golden soulful voice. ❤️💔❤️

Beldina Nyadwe

Ana Diaz Rest in power, Beldina. ❤️

Karla Moy I am so sorry Beldina. Rest in paradise my sweet angel 😢

Greg Woo Rest In Everlasting Peace, Beldina. I will always think about you in the yoga room. I will feel your presence in my practice and my teaching. I’m sorry I didn’t convince you to stay 💔