- Lasizwe Dambuza has advised his fans to get medical aid and life cover before jumping into a new relationship
- Lasizwe had his heart broken by his new boyfriend shorty after he introduced him on Valentine's Day
- Some of the reality TV star's fans poked fun at him while others sympathised with him
Lasizwe Dambuza recently had his heart broken by his new bae shortly after he introduced him on Valentine's Day. The reality TV show star took to social media recently to give his fans relationship advice.
The media personality told his fans to get medical aid and life cover before jumping into a new relationship because 'umjolo' can really hurt ones feelings. The star wrote:
"When you enter a relationship make sure you have medical aid and life cover insurance."
Lasizwe's fans shared mixed reactions to his post. Others poked fun at him because of his recent relationship while others took his advice. Check out some of their reactions below:
"When you leave a relationship make sure you have a shoulder to cry on."
"Yooh, umjolo has turned you Lasizwe to a motivational speaker."
"You may walk out of there with a broken heart, depression, empty bank balance and trust issues. Your medical aid better cover therapy."
"But the pain will still hit home."
"You can’t enter mjolo without insurance wena!!!"
"Medical aid and life insurance aren't nothing compared to the damage mjolo will do to you... Maybe damaged soul insurance would do."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Lasizwe Dambuza and his boyfriend split up as his bae moved back to Cape Town leaving Lasizwe in tears.
The social media star said released a series of emotional texts on his Instagram Story revealing that his bae had left.
"It's only hitting me now. He is gone" and "This is the first guy who was not ashamed to love me publicly, and now he is gone."
His followers felt bad for him and they did their best to console him. Lasizwe admitted that he had found the best boyfriend he had ever had, a person who was prepared to love him publicly.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!