Media character Lasizwe opened up about existence after the demise of his dad, being a good example and the undying help he has from sister Khanyi Mbau.
Life has been a rollercoaster throughout the most recent couple of months for comic and the TL’s fave Lasizwe. From his MTV show Fake It Till You Make It to the loss of his dad, the star has been experiencing the most.
Talking with TshisaLIVE, Lasizwe was sincere about how life has changed for him since losing his father Menzi Mcunu. He said that large sister Khanyi has been a mainstay of solidarity and solace.
“I am adapting. I am simply truly thankful for my emotionally supportive network. I am appreciative for my sister Khanyi. Khanyi and I are both in the public eye and we have both lost a father. Our likenesses permit us to trust in one another,” said the star.
The unscripted television star likewise dispelled any confusion air on being investigated for not being a good example to kids.
After a parent got down on the star for not being a decent impact via web-based media, he applauded back at the mother being referred to, stating that he shouldn’t be required to set a model for kids.
Thinking about the past, Lasizwe said a great deal of guardians anticipate that him should manage their responsibility: bringing up their kids the correct way.
“I accept here and there guardians think I am an instrument so they can unwind and overlook their parent job. My substance is edutainment thus I dial down the heap. As such, on the off chance that I do a video about sex, guardians would prefer to make their youngsters watch the video and avoid having the physical discussion with them,” said Lasizwe.
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