- Vinolia Mashego (V-Mash)'s son Oratile Masedi spoke about how much he misses his late mother on social media
- Oratile spoke about how he feels grateful to have spent so much time with V-Mash but he misses her
- Oratile is currently trying to pave his own way in the entertainment industry and wants to make his mom proud
The late television presenter Vinolia Mashego, better known as V-Mash, has just received a beautiful tribute on social media from her son Oratile Masedi. Oratile spoke about how much he missed his mother and he can't wait to make her proud.
Oratile is still hurt by the passing of his mother and said that it felt like a bad dream that he's not going to wake up from.
However, he also added that he's happy that he got to do so much with V-Mash while she was still alive.
“No one loved me like you did, no one cared for me like you did, no one sacrificed for me like you did, no one prayed for me like you did, no one protected me like you did, no one shaped me like you did, No one made me happy like you," he said.
He said that he thanks God that he got to spend so much time with her before her untimely passing. Oratile said that if he got the chance to choose a mother again, he would choose V-Mash over and over.
“I won't ever stop celebrating your power, courage, talent, strength, drive, and determination, what you did for this industry, and how you inspired a lot of us."
"I'm trying my Best to pick where you left off and I hope you're proud of me," he said.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Shona Ferguson remembered his legendary late father Peter Hary Ferguson. Shona Ferguson has taken to social media to remember his late father, Peter Hary Ferguson.
Taking to social media, Shona shared an old picture of his father along with some touching words.
“Pastor Peter Harry Ferguson AKA JACKSON. You’ve been gone 2 years today but it feels like yesterday. Not a day goes by that I don’t remember your words of wisdom. I feel your presence in the work I do & I’ve always said I want to be as fearless as you were."
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