Lasizwe Dambuza misses his late parents, starts crying in the club

Lasizwe Dambuza misses his late parents, starts crying in the club

- Lasizwe Dambuza could not hold back his tears when he reminisced about his late parents while in the club

- Lasizwe shared that he found himself crying when he thought about his mom and dad on Sunday, 22 November

- Lasizwe's mom passed away in 2016 and his father died in September this year

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Lasizwe Dambuza has taken to social media to share that he misses his late parents. The reality TV star took to Twitter on Monday, 23 November and told his fans that he found himself crying in the club on Sunday, 22 November.

The media personality expressed that he couldn't control his tears when he started thinking about his late mom and dad while clubbing. The star wrote:

"I randomly started crying yesterday in the club... I miss my parents so much, My Mom and Dad!"
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Lasizwe lost his mother Lindiwe Dambuza in 2016. He was 18 at the time. The YouTuber lost his father Menzi Mcunu in September this year.

Briefly.co.za reported that Lasizwe, who shares his dad with media personality Khanyi Mbau, thanked his father for raising a dynamite during his funeral a few weeks ago. Lasizwe posted on social media:

"RIP Dad, till we meet again... tell my mom I said I’ll be okay, thank you for raising a dynamite! #RIPDad."
Lasizwe Dambuza misses his late parents, starts crying in the club

Lasizwe Dambuza says he started crying in the club when he missed his late parents. Image: @lasizwe/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Social media users have shared mixed reactions to Lasizwe's post about his late parents. Check some of the comments below:

@NkosazanaKa wrote:

"Which song was playing? Music has a tendency of doing that."

@H2o_Manzini said:

"Be strong, you'll be okay it happens from time to time, especially if you are facing some difficulties along the path and wish they were still alive to comfort you."
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@Deborah80730584 commented:

"It is okay to cry to let out the pain. It shows your humanity. I also find myself crying for my parents and my daughter. I feel this unbearable pain."

@LisaSkweyiya said:

"Let it out every chance you get, it will get better but you'll forever miss them."

@Nompu2017 wrote:

"I lost my parents when I was young but no day dawns and no day ends without a thought of them. The grief is still there and will always be."

@thulidlamini47 added:

"Give it some time and don't hold back. If you feel like crying just let it out. As time goes it will get better. Time heals."

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi has reacted to a video of Emtee seemingly drunk after he recently alleged that his wife, Nicole Kendall Ndevu, has been physically abusing him. The rapper took to social media this week to share with his fans that his wife and mother of two kids is allegedly abusing him.

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The video was released by the parody Twitter account @AdvoBarryRoux on late on Wednesday, 18 November. @AdvoBarryRoux claimed that Emtee is making false accusations about his wife. The account further said that Emtee's problem is "his drug abuse."

"Emtee is making false accusations about his wife, she is not abusing him, the problem is his drug abuse. The wife is trying so hard to maintain the marriage but Emtee is messing everything up because of drug abuse."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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