- Lungisa opened up about how love has taught him extremely important life lessons.
- Becoming a father has given him a new outlook on love and inspired him to sing about it.
- His baby momma and him are not together, but their daughter has kept them on good terms.
Exposing his love life, Lungisa Xhamela has expressed his feelings of love, inspirations and even the heartbreak. While on the topic, Lungisa said how happy he was to be able to side step all the drama as well.
Speaking to TshiaLIVE, the Afro Pop singer and father to a precious baby girl, said he is a firm believer in having a soul mate and fortunate for him he has found his.
Briefly.co.za gathered that having someone like that in your life only brings happiness and in turn enable him to believe in true love.
He went on to say that all of this is a new experience for him and he is loving it! To be able to love unconditionally and to receive the same back is an amazing feeling, he said.
Having so much to look forward to, Lungisa said this has given him the ability to sing about love. His latest song which is entitled iLoveLetter, was composed by Ntsika Fana Ngxanga.
The topic of love letters allowed Lungisa’s memory to recall the days he used to write love letters. He said that these letters have a sentimental attachment recalling the days in primary school. The letters that were written at that time of his life were childish but had true meaning and he would love to be able to bring them back.
On a more serious side, Lungisa admits he has not always been the best partner. He admits to the fact that he has in the past cheated on his partner and for that he is not proud. Thankfully he has been able to move on from the mistakes he has made. He does he best not to repeat those mistakes as he has learnt so much over the years.
The mother of his daughter and Lungisa are on good terms. After the break-up they have managed to stay friends in order to for them both to co-parent their child.
It has made life so much easier and has given their daughter a stable grounding.
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