- Media personality Pearl Thusi misses her late father and took to social media to share her thoughts
- The stunner shared a video of a lighter moment with her father on Instagram recently
- Mzansi social media users showered her with messages of comfort
Pearl Thusi took to social media to remember her late father Bhekizizwe Thusi.
The actress posted a video of a sweet moment with her old man and shared a heartfelt caption about how much she missed him.
"I hope you knew how much I love you... how much I miss you. And even how I forget you’re gone. It’s almost a year later and I still have to remind myself that you’re no longer here."
Pearl Thusi left Mzansi shocked early last year when she deactivated her social media without warning. She later returned on her birthday that year to share that she was grieving the loss of her father.
Her fans were ready to share words of comfort with her. Instagram user official_hlubikazi_zamankala said:
"Love and light."
"Sending you light and strength."
"I am sending you a virtual hug, love, light and everything you need to cope."
"It’s hard, I lost my Dad a month ago due to Covid. I know the feeling..."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Pearl Thusi recently took to social media to reveal how she copes with public scrutiny. The actress took to Twitter to share her "coping mechanism" with her fans.
The star and many other celebs have been subjected to public scrutiny on social media platforms and Pearl has learnt to cope with the pressure that comes with being in the public eye on a daily basis. She is one of Mzansi's most-dragged entertainers on social media. The stunner posted:
"No one is perfect. But when they focus on your blessings until they lose sight on their own... they throw stones and magnify your imperfections. A coping mechanism."
The lead actress of Queen Sono also told her fans not to be distracted but continue fighting for their dreams.
"Distraction comes right before a breakthrough. Don’t stop fighting for your purpose."
Pearl's fans took to her comment section to react to her "words of wisdom".
Check out some of their comments below:
@MicCondia wrote: "I couldn't have said it better."
@Charleman92 said: "Amen to that sister."
@Sosooo0612 commented: "Cheers to that."
@TruthIntake wrote: "You’re light-skinned, beautiful and a hell of hard worker. Don’t cry about it. It makes them happy!"
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