Khanyi Mbau and Lasizwe Dambuza have taken to social media to share one of their last beautiful moments with their father Menzi Mcunu. The two media personalities and their families laid their father to rest yesterday in a beautiful send off.
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Criticized for the way he handled the passing, Lasizwe was subjected to social media bullying once again. He posted snaps in attendance at his father’s funeral and all the pictures he posted were emotional and was drenched in tears.
Khanyi posted a video of her and her father Menzi Mcunu breaking it down at the dancefloor and left her followers grabbing tissues. You can tell that the man was a huge fan of dancing and his presence lit the room.Following the rude comments, Lasizwe slammed the people who were criticizing him and told them people mourn differently and he will mourn the way he chooses.
“Some people tend to forget we mourn differently and life isn’t a group assignment. If I choose to mourn on social media respect my wishes… iSocial media yam le!” he declared.Lasizwe has recently opened up about his depression and announced that he would be taking a social media break to help him deal with it. The social media break probably seemed like a good idea as it is a much needed one to help him regain his sanity, but it was a very short one.
His followers and other concerned social media users encouraged him to take time off social media because everything he posts often gets scrutinized and he gets attacked for it.
He slammed trolls and advised them to seek prayers because of their heartless and ruthless comments and bullying. “Some of y’all need prayers! I just lost my father for God damn sake!”
The entertainer and his famous sister Khanyi both announced the passing of their father Menzi Mcunu, whilst on a much-needed trip to the Western Cape.
The comedian revealed the news through his Instagram stories and that he and his family discovered the news together, while they were still together on the trip in Cape Town. Thinking of that moment, Lasizwe went on to write that, “One of the best weekends with my siblings, and now this happen