- Lasizwe Dambuza felt the need to defend himself and his family against a nasty social media user claiming they used his father’s death to get attention
- Comparing Lasizwe and his fam to Connie Ferguson, the social media user bashed Lasizwe for breaking down at his father’s funeral
- Lasizwe made it known that there is no right or wrong way, but unfortunately made a typo that lit up the comment section of his response
South African social media personality band YouTuber Lasizwe Dambuza took to social media to defend himself and his family after being accused of turning his father’s passing into a media stunt.
With Shona Ferguson having just passed, a salty social media user decided to throw shade at Lasizwe and his fam, claiming he used the passing of his father to get attention.
Seeing the horrible post, Lasizwe took the time to let the shade-thrower know that everyone mourns differently, there is no right or wrong way.
Seeing the horrifying post made by the social media user and Lasizwe’s defence, fans took to the comment section to have their say.
Unfortunately Lasizwe made a typo, saying “moan” instead of "mourn", and people ran with it. Yoh, people have zero chill.
@Inenekazi1 was wrecked by the whole entire situation:
@TebogoLesedi5 could not take another comment, it was too much:
@birdmaster25 was on Lasizwe’s side, they didn’t know the difference either:
@spiderwomantee corrected Lasizwe:
Lasizwe Dambuza and Ntando Duma spill some hot tea on talk show
Mzansi YouTuber and funny guy, Lasizwe Dambuza, had peeps locked in on his first episode of Drink or Tell the Truth, reported Briefly News. South African television actress Ntando Duma was the first guest and Lasizwe could not have chosen better.
Jumping straight into it, Lasizwe smacked Ntando with a Kim Kardashian question regarding the sex tape saga that surfaced back in 2020. Obviously, Ntando denied the whole thing, making it clear that sex tapes are not her vibe and that if she had to do one, it would have been a lot litter than the one that was ‘leaked’.
“Oh, no man. No, it’s not true. That wasn’t me. Also, my sex tape would be fire hey. Put some respect on my name. And I’m sorry they had to leak that sex tape. I also don’t do sex tapes.”
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Source: Briefly News