Lerato Kganyago reassures men that there is no shame in seeking help

Lerato Kganyago reassures men that there is no shame in seeking help

- Lerato is not scared to talk about the 'hard' things

- She recently confronted men with the mental health topic and reminded them that it is ok to seek help

- One tweep got under her skin and she swiftly facted him back into place

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Lerato Kganyago is not afraid to say the things that others fear to say. She is all about open conversation and creating a dialogue over things that others shy away from talking about.

Her most recent ‘uncomfortable’ topic was based around the importance of men prioritising their mental health.

Briefly.co.za saw how Lerato fearlessly opened discussion on this topic as she believes that it is important, even if it is not easy to talk about.

Lerato expressed the importance of mental health to her male followers and reminded them that there is no shame in seeking help if you feel you need it. Amen!

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Almost instantly, Lerato’s post caught fire and created a debate and platform for people to air their views on the matter. As expected, there were a bunch of mixed opinions.

There was one tweep that really got under Lerato’s skin when they attacked her accusing her of making it sound like men are “emotional wrecks".

Kante, people like this are the reason it is so difficult to discuss relevant but ‘touchy’ topics.

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Leroto clapped back with haste and put the hating tweep back into place. He got fact slapped, hard!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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