Media personality Lasizwe opened up about life after the death of his father, being a role model and the undying support he has from sister Khanyi Mbau.
Life has been a rollercoaster over the last few months for comic and the TL’s fave Lasizwe.
Speaking with TshisaLIVE, Lasizwe was candid about how life has changed for him since losing his dad Menzi Mcunu.
“I am coping. I am just really grateful for my support system. I am very grateful for my sister Khanyi. Khanyi and I are both in the public eye and we have both lost a dad. Our similarities allow us to confide in each other,” said the star.
The reality TV star also cleared the air on being scrutinised for not being a role model for children.
The TV personality also opened up about his private life being in the public eye with his popular TV show Fake It Till You Make It on MTV. With all that has been going in his life, Lasizwe said the televised glimpse into his personal space was a double-edged sword.
“The curse is that the public is now involved in my private life. People think they know me now, and they feel entitled towards me and want to tell me how to behave,” said Lasizwe