- Lasizwe Dambuza seems to have moved on from his recent public mjolo disaster
- The Mzansi media personality has bounced back with a fresh new bae and couldn't wait to show him off
- Taking to social media, he posted a picture of this new love on his Instagram stories
Lasizwe Dambuza has decided to give love another shot. The media personality recently took to Instagram to show off a new man in a cosy photo shoot. This time, Lasizwe has opted to keep the man’s face hidden.
He posted the picture to his Instagram stories and nowhere else, making it impossible for fans to share their thoughts.
However Briefly News gathered that he is playing it safe after the drama of his last relationship.
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Lasizwe and a few industry friends have been busy with a campaign to raise money for students amid the fees protests. The YouTube sensation asked his fans and followers to pledge just R10 towards the cause.
Many media personalities joined and pledged a lot more than that and it seems the money has been pouring in. Lasizwe took to Twitter to reveal that they had met the R1 million target for their fundraising. He said:
“WE DID IT!!!!!!! WE RAISED R1 000 000.00 IN 5 DAYS!! #R10GOESALONGWAY AAAAAAAHHHHH!!!!! OH MY GOSH! WE DID IT!!”
The large amount of money was gathered in just under a week and Lasizwe could not be more proud of himself. Social media users also congratulated the comedian and his team. Twitter user Michael_Bucwa said:
“This is incredible. Your hard work has paid off. You have used your Influence and Leadership to help Those in need. I pray that you will find more success in all that you lay hands on. Thank you.”
“That is awesome. If we can do this, we can also build African University like they build only white university.”
“I started with this project from day 1, it has been successful indeed.”
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that social media personality Lasizwe Dambuza has shared a heartwarming post on social media. Lasizwe spoke about the protests at the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) over the financial exclusion of certain students.
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