Tsholo Matshaba says life after her hubby's death still hurts

Tsholo Matshaba says life after her hubby's death still hurts

Actress Tsholo Matshaba opened up on social media about her feelings on losing her husband, Motsweding FM DJ and North West FM presenter, Chris Matshaba, to cancer. She admitted it still hurts, even a year later.

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It's never easy to lose a loved one, no matter what the circumstances. The hole that is left in our hearts never truly goes away.

Tsholo Matshaba, known for her role as the devious gold-digger Meme of Muvhango, took to social media to express her feelings.

Her husband, Chris, passed away in February 2018 after a battle with cancer. The two were married for three years when his life was ended.

According to a touching post that Tsholo shared, living without her best friend still cuts and burns like a hot rod.

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Tsholo penned a message to Chris, saying how she still loves and respects him:

A year ago on this day, my life was turned upside down. Our Lord called my best friend home.

My best friend, my companion,my husband, our Father called you home.

A year later, it still cuts and burns like a hot rod.

Never in a million years did I ever think I would be where I am, without you.

Never did I think we would go through "til death do us part" only 3 years into our marriage.

Never did I think I'd go to sleep alone,without you, when I couldn't sleep,I'd put my head on your chest and like that, I'd fall right back to sleep. That is love

Never did I think our every day Good morning, goodnight kisses and "I love you" would be me saying it to you in the heavens. That is love

I am greatful to have been blessed to have you and all your true love.

It was always sweet to call you my angel, now it's bittersweet.

I used to tell you that I'm not lucky to have you in my life, I am blessed.

Still I love you

Still I respect you

Still I admire you

Still I love you, always and forever .

I love you Hosana. Tsholofelo MmaMatshaba Matshaba

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This is what true, everlasting love looks like in words.

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Source: Briefly News

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