Pearl Thusi pens emotional tribute to her late mother: "You did good"

Pearl Thusi pens emotional tribute to her late mother: "You did good"

- Pearl Thusi has penned an emotional tribute to her late mother who passed away on this day in 2004

- The stunner said she has to find new ways to cope with her mom's loss every time she's reminded that she is no more

- Pearl expressed that she would give the fame and fortune away if she could just to be with her mom again

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Pearl Thusi has has penned an emotional tribute to her late mother who passed away on this day in 2004. The media personality took to social media to thank her mom for raising her well.

The stunner said she has to find new ways to cope with her mom's loss every time she's reminded that she is no more.

"I find new ways to cope every time the world finds a way to remind me that you’re not here to console me about the little things and the big things."

The star said she is hurt because she can't even "boast" to her mom about how she has made a name for herself in the entertainment industry.

"You did so good mom. I’m so proud of you."

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Pearl expressed that she would give the fame and fortune away if she could just to be with her mom again.

"I’d give it all away to have you with me. I really would. The fame, the money. I can’t share it with you but hopefully I use it to make sure people remember you and I continue making you proud by raising a young woman that will be our ancestors' wildest dreams."
Pearl Thusi pens emotional tribute to her late mother: "You did good"

Pearl Thusi has penned an emotional tribute to her late mother.
Source: Instagram

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi celebs have amplified their calls for government to close schools amid the Covid-19 lockdown.

Veteran actress Rami Chuene has suggested that it is now time to address the issue following President Cyril Ramaphosa's latest nation address.

Rami and other entertainers have urged Mzansi government to reverse the decision to open schools during the outbreak. Rami suggested that it is now time to address the issue following Ramaphosa's address on Sunday.

"Now that we’ve sobered up, the issue with our children being back at school...? Are we ever gonna address it? Everyone must stay home except students? Okay."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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