- Lerato Sengadi has taken to social media to share that her birthday is coming up
- The occasion has her feeling a little emotional as it is in the same month that her hubby HHP passed away
- The widow shared a picture of herself and HHP along with a moving caption to express her feelings
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Lerato Sengadi turns 38 soon but the occasion is far from exciting. The media personality said that it was a bittersweet celebration for her as the day falls in the same month her husband HHP passed away.
Rapper HHP passed away on 24 October while Lerato turns one year older this coming Saturday, 31 October.
The widow posted a picture of herself and HHP and shared an emotional caption with the post:
" 'As' by Stevie Wonder says it all. October will always be bitter sweet. It is the month that the world gained me and the month I lost my world. Motho waka, Lerato la pelo yaka, I miss you every single second of every single day... and it will be so until we are reunited. Ke go rata ka mmele, pelo le moya. (Sidebar: Nna le Motho waka were always so oulik. Tjeeerrrr! Bona fela!)”
Instagram users weighed in on the post. Insta user missirmag said:
"Real talk, I miss the energy the two of you excluded as a couple! #Levels"
"We miss him too."
"Sending you love, light and strength my sweetheart."
"Ooh man. So precious."
"I remember watching that interview, you guys were so dope."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that depression takes the lives of many on a daily basis. With the stressful and demanding climate we live in, more and more people are falling to their knees and into depression.
Briefly.co.za, like many others, celebrated HPP’s 40th birthday on 14 September despite him having been gone for two years already. This life was definitely taken too soon but his memory will forever remain. HHP, Motswako maestro, died at the age of 38.
The passing of HHP hit the people of Mzansi hard, especially when it was revealed that his life was lost to a battle with depression.
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