- Lasizwe Dambuza thought he could trust his friends with his personal information, but now he's having to think twice
- Taking to social media, Lasizwe let his fans know that he had been betrayed by someone he thought was his friend
- Fans let Lasizwe know that he should let that person go without question and leave no space for people who are bringing him down
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YouTuber and reality show star Lasizwe Dambuza feels like he has just been punched in the gut.
Living the life of the famous is not as lush as it looks. You have to question literally every single person who entries your life and their intentions.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Lasizwe had a friend turn on him, selling his personal information to a publication.
Lasizwe tried to keep his private life as personal as possible but he is always open and real when it comes to the important stuff.
Taking to social media, Lasizwe let his fans know that someone who he thought was his friend has been feeding personal information to the media without his consent.
“Just found out that one of the people in my close circle is busy disclosing information I shared to him in confidence to the media.”
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Understanding the importance of loyalty, especially when it comes to friendship, fans let Lasizwe know that this so-called friend needs to be ousted and kicked to the curb. A real friend would never disclose your personal information to anyone, let alone the media!
“Name and shame him/her... Ke mpimpi.”
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“Never tell anyone anything you can't afford to have people know about. 'Mngani I am just telling you this secret, don't tell anyone.' Mngani is gonna tell their mngani who is gonna tell their mngani. Then booooom.”
“Walk away. People are selfish and when you know better you do better.”
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