- Social media star Lasizwe has claimed that he's proudly a virgin and he's waiting for marriage to have sex
- Lasizwe Dambuza is not ashamed of his decision and took to social media to be open about being a virgin
- Lasizwe recently agreed to go out on a date with Mr Smeg and fans are hoping that things will go well
Lasizwe Dambuza has taken to social media to talk about how proud he is of being a virgin at the age of 22. This is not the first time that Lasizwe has spoken about his virginity and he's celebrating a milestone by making it this far in his journey.
The social media influencer and celebrity has said before that he wants to wait until he's married to have sex. Lasizwe believes that waiting for marriage is the best decision for him and he's dedicated his life to God.
"As the son of the most high! A child of God, I am very proud of myself for a being virgin. It’s one of my biggest achievements," he said.
Lasizwe recently promised Mr Smeg that he'd go on a date with him if he received a certain number of retweets and now social media users are rooting for him. Take a look at the reactions below:
"I trust Mr Smeg .... one of our good strikers. What you saying, it might be history as from today."
"It's not that deep, go to the lunch and chow his money. Order what you want and say thank-you afterwards. End of story."
"I hope Mr Smeg will do the right thing."
Briefly News previously reported that Lasizwe Dambuza reacted to a recent episode of AmaBishop online. Mzansi media personality Lasizwe Dambuza is shocked by the latest developments on AmaBishop.
Taking to social media, Lasizwe shared that he doesn't know what to believe about the church any more. He tweeted:
"Pastors using body parts to keep their congregations large?! Yoh every week we’re hit with bombs."
AmaBishop is a show that's all about exposing the scandals that take place in South African churches. Since pastors like Bushiri have been around, congregants are beginning to be more cautious about where they choose to worship the Lord.
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