Lasizwe says a tearful and emotional final goodbye to his father

Lasizwe says a tearful and emotional final goodbye to his father

- Lasizwe Dambuza laid his father to rest yesterday and shared emotional moments from the funeral to social media

- Lasizwe paid tribute to his father and thanked him for raising him as a "dynamite"

- Social media users were concerned about how Lasizwe was being so public about his grief and losing his father

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Social media personality Lasizwe Dambuza shared the news that his father had passed away last week. He was hurt and described his feelings as confused and devastated. Lasizwe paid his final respects to his father Menzi Mcunu at his funeral yesterday.

Lasizwe posted yesterday: "RIP Dad, till we meet again... tell my mom I said I’ll be okay, thank you for raising a dynamite! #RIPDad."

Lasizwe received loads of support from many different social media users from Mzansi after he shared the terrible news of his father's passing.

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Lasizwe's says a tearful and emotional final goodbye to his father
Lasizwe was distraught and emotional at his father's funeral yesterday. PHOTO: Lasizwe Dambuza / Twitter / @lasizwe. Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

Once again, social media users had plenty to say about Lasizwe's post. Some were confused as to why he would share pictures of himself so visibly emotionally distressed.

@Spha_Madondo commented: "But why would you post pictures of you grieving, crying? Social media has killed the youth."

Others however were more supportive of Lasizwe:

@zinhlenhlapo_xo replied: "I honestly think it's his decision and it's okay. Nothing in this world is written in stone and there isn't a manual on how to do things. We don't experience or react to situations the same way. If it doesn't harm you, it's okay to look away and not say anything. How about that?"

Lasizwe responded to the people who were questioning his way of mourning on social media. He said that people mourn differently and that life is not a group assignment. previously reported on Nasty C's documentary debuting on Netflix. Mzansi rapper Nasty C’s docuseries made its debut and it has taken over Netflix. It is safe to say that there really is nothing that Nasty C touches that doesn’t turn into pure flames, and the good type too. Docuseries have become a thing in recent years and fans live for them.

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