- Lasizwe has been trending on social media after he revealed how he got dribbled
- It seems his beloved boyfriend has been playing him and he recently found out
- The comedian bumped into his bae in a club after having dropped him off at the airport
Lasizwe has been trending on social media on Tuesday morning after revealing that his relationship ended in tears. The comedian, who has been head-over-heels in love with her bae, shared that he was played like a violin.
Talking to influencer Lemi_Locco on Instagram Live, Lasizwe said that he dropped his boo at the airport because he thought the guy was flying back to Cape Town.
Heartbroken from their parting, Lasizwe decided to go clubbing to clear his head but instead, bumped into loverboy at the very same club.
Since then Lasizwe has been sharing his despair on social media. Many have shown him support after the embarrassing and painful ordeal.
Twitter user Michael_Bucwa said:
"I am so sorry Lasizwe. Be strong kuzolunga. I am here if you need a shoulder to cry on."
Twitter user thato_matlaila_ said:
"Lasizwe dropped of that guy at the airport and later found him at Great Dane? I’d burn it to the ground with him inside"
"So Lasizwe bought a plane ticket & dropped his man off at the airport only for him to Uber back to groove for God knows what. Hayi Xhosa gents don't play with hearts, they operate differently. I'd evaporate chile"
"I thought LaSizwe was messing with us. He really bumped into his man at Great Dane after dropping him off at the airport? Saze sa hurdwa sibancane."
"Lasizwe is gowishing! I was confused with his IG stories. Now I understand"
Lasizwe has been showing off his relationship on social media and it's safe to say that baby boy is glowing. Mam'Mkhize took to Instagram to share with her followers just how in love Lasizwe is with his new beau.
"Guess who I bumped into. He is so in love. Everything that comes out of his mouth is love. Oh, I'm happy for you, enjoy it. It's hard to find love these days," she said.
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