- Lasizwe has taken to social media to ask God to bless him with a new man who has money
- The social media star is also manifesting for a man who is going to love him deeply
- Lasizwe was recently shown flames by his ex-boyfriend and he's on the quest for love again
After being dribbled by mjolo, Lasizwe Dambuza is asking God to bless him with a new man. Not only does Lasizwe want a new person to spend time with but he's hoping for someone who's wealthy.
Lasizwe is also hoping that God sends someone who loves him unconditionally his way. The social media star has been heartbroken in the past and he just wants things to change. He shared his request on social media and has been very open about the latest events in his love life.
Lasizwe is a very loving person and he is just looking for someone who can return his positive energy. The influencer and comedian is hoping that things will become better once he has a man who is rich in his life.
Social media users commented on the post and many encouraged Lasizwe not to give up on his quest for love.
A few, however, said that a man who is loving and has money is not a common occurrence and Lasizwe might have to give up.
Lasizwe's post received over 1 000 likes and fans are hoping that he will find love again, especially since he was very public about his last relationship with a Xhosa man from Cape Town.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Lasizwe showed major love to Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo. Social media star Lasizwe has taken to social media to tell the world just how proud he is of Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo for his latest move.
Mohale has just bagged himself a lovely new office and Lasizwe is impressed. Lasizwe and Mohale have a friendship that gave the timeline a much-needed cleanse after all the drama that's been going on. Lasizwe said:
"I'm really so proud of you @mohale_motaung! Boss moves! Calls for a celebration."
Social media users were also impressed with the work that Mohale has done for himself. As usual, there will be some trolls who are trying to get others down.
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