Kayise Ngqula, Lerato Sengadi say lockdown helps them deal with grief

Kayise Ngqula, Lerato Sengadi say lockdown helps them deal with grief

- Kayise Ngqula and Lerato Sengadi have used their time in lockdown to grieve over the loss of their partners

- Kayise's husband passed away in 2019 while Lerato's husband passed away in 2018

- The two celebs shared their stories with their fans on social media

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The ongoing lockdown has provided many people with an opportunity to self-introspect and to see where they need to improve.

Some have also used this time to grieve, especially the ones who have recently lost their partners or family members.

Widows Kayise Ngqula and Lerato Sengadi partnered to share their experiences in order to help those who were grieving alone.

Lerato lost her partner, rapper HHP, in 2018 while Kayise lost her husband, Farai Sibanda, in a car accident in 2019.

Briefly.co.za saw how they took to Instagram Live to open up about grieving and what has helped them cope.

According to TshisaLIVE, Kayise said:

"It was a scary thing for me to do. I've been hesitant to do this but me and Lerato said we could do this together. We officially started talking soon after I had a baby and we are grateful to Thembisa Mdoda for bringing us together. We have since formed a sisterhood."

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During their chat, Kayise asked Lerato about her relationship with late hubby, rapper HHP.

"I always told people that there was no way we couldn't have landed with each other. We ran parallel lives. I've known him since I was 19. I was not even shaking for him... he wasn't even my favourite rapper but he'd always just try to chat me up just to be my friend, and the love just grew that we shared for a decade. He couldn't have ended up with anyone else, I think destiny and God's will was at play no matter how we tried to avoid the situation, our love was God-given and anointed by God and the ancestors."

Kayise also spoke about how she met her husband.

"Our relationship was fun and loving. We always had a special connection that could not be disturbed by anyone or anything."

Both of them said the Covid-19 lockdown has given them a timeout from their busy schedules to reflect on their loss, families and how they could improve their lives.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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