- Lasizwe had Mzansi saying "aww" when he joined a lovely lady who was dancing on her own on the dancefloor
- The social media star said that he saw that she was dancing alone so he joined her because he wanted to make her day
- His sister Khanyi Mbau called him the life of the party for his kind gesture to the lady
Social media star Lasizwe Dambuza had Mzansi social media users on the timeline swooning when he joined a pretty lady on the dancefloor. The media personality shared a video of himself getting down with a lady who was dancing on her own. The two shared a lovely dance together as people looked on.
“I saw she was dancing alone so decided to make her day,” said Lasizwe.
The star received lots of love from social media users for his act of kindness of joining the lady since she was dancing alone. He showed everyone that he's got some pretty good dance moves as other people joined them on the dancefloor too.
Bontle Modiselle, Shekinah and his big sister Khanyi Mbau praised Lasizwe for being the life of the party.
“Life of the party ... it’s OK sweetie,” said Khanyi.
It was good to see Lasizwe in positive spirits since the passing of his father. He said that the support he received from his sister Khanyi is what has kept him going.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Lasizwe celebrates reaching one million followers on Instagram. Lasizwe Dambuza has taken to social media to celebrate reaching one million followers on Instagram. He wanted to give back to his fans so he is going to randomly hand out data. He posted a story on Twitter celebrating the incredible milestone and revealed he would be gifting data to a couple of lucky fans.
This started a trend online as people rushed to post their messages in the hopes of getting some free data.
"To celebrate us reaching 1 million followers on Instagram! I want to celebrate by blessing the TL with 1 GB data to a few lucky fans."
"Comment using #Lasizwe1Million with your favourite content I’ve posted on Instagram, it could be a picture or video from my Instagram."
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