- Lasizwe Dambuza has used his platform on social media to spread a message to his generation
- The comedian advised people to leave toxic relationships and not to use excuses to stay in bad situations
- Mzansi social media users fully agreed with the post, especially given the increasing cases of gender-based violence
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Lasizwe Dambuza has put the comedy aside for a little while to share an important message with his followers. The TV personality took to social media to give his generation a piece of advice. He said that people should not stay in toxic relationships for the sake of their children.
He told people to stop staying in unhealthy relationships. Many people often say that they stay in relationships because they don't want to inconvenience their children. But with the increasing incidents of gender-based violence in Mzansi, Lasizwe has called for people to rather be safe than sorry.
His post was well-received by Mzansi social media users. Twitter user DorisMokwatlo said:
"I mean we know better, why should we endure pain and suffering? It's high time we put ourselves first."
"Amen! I see this right after my daily midnight prayer."
"Leave, it's not worth it and the end of the day you are the only one gonna hurt and be scarred for life and it will be difficult to trust again."
"By the look of things, we're already are a toxic generation."
"I pray for this almost every day."
"People stay in toxic relationships because of money these days! That's the generation we've already become."
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Lasizwe made an announcement that he was done with men. The YouTube star and social media influencer shared this sentiment on his Twitter account and added that he might just start dating women.
According to Lasizwe, his gender is 'a stress'. Looks like it's not only the women who are fed up of men.
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