Clement Maosa Reflects on the Loss of His Parents: "Engraved on My Heart"

Clement Maosa Reflects on the Loss of His Parents: "Engraved on My Heart"

- Clement Maosa lost his mother and father, Tlou and Mosima Maosa, at a young age and he recently took to social media to tell the heartbreaking story

- Sharing a picture of his mom and dad during their engagement celebration, Clement told the story in a lengthy post and explained how he felt then and how he feels now

- Fellow celeb, Ayanda Ncwane, commented with a sweet messages letting Clement know that his mom and dad are definitely proud of him

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Clement Maosa shared the heartbreaking story of his parents passing on social media. Clement lost his mother and father, Tlou and Mosima Maosa, at a young age.

Taking to social media, Clement shared a sweet picture of his mom and dad at their engagement celebration. In the lengthy post, Clement shared the story of his parents' passing and how it left him feeling empty and confused.

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“I was young but I heard all kinds of accusations/allegations from everyone, community members, family, church people and just passers-by what was the cause of their deaths and as a teenager I was confused and the family war erupted and we didn’t even get the time to grieve or mourn as everything happened so fast...”
Clement Maosa reflects on the heartbreaking loss of his parents
Clement Maosa lost his mother and father, Tlou and Mosima Maosa, when he was young and recently shared his story. Image: @clementmaosa.
Source: Instagram

Clement ended the post by making it known that his mom and dad are forever in his heart.

“Tlou & Mosima Maosa engraved on my heart for eternity.”

Fellow celeb, Ayanda Ncwane, took to the comment section to assure Clement that his parents would be extremely proud of the man he is today.

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@ayandancwane: “What a strong, great young man you turned out to be. Yes the wound doesn’t completely heal when your loved one died through a hand of another human. It is well!”

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Glory to Gogo

Briefly.co.za previously reported that Clement Maosa gives all the glory to his gogo for the success he has achieved. Without her, Clement does not know where he would be today.

Taking to social media with the sweetest snap of him and his grandmother on his birthday, Clement told the story of how she was his pillar of strength and the woman who made everything possible.

Getting his LLB law degree at 21, Clement thanked his granny for making it possible. She raised him and gave him everything and more, and Clement could not be more appreciative.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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