Sela opened up about the heartbreaking comments and bullying towards the family of his dear friend Jonah Lomu

Publish Date
Tuesday, 12 June 2018, 1:47PM

This morning on The Wake Up Call Sela addressed the issue of cyberbullying. In most recent times, the bullying towards Nadene Lomu after the unveiling of Jonah Lomu's headstone.

Sela's beautiful statement provides a lot of insight into the situation and makes you think about what you say before you speak.

Watch the video above and no doubt you too will truly be moved! Bullying is never okay, no matter what the circumstances.

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