“We need to normalise humour as public figures” – Khanyi Mbau Says

Khanyi Mbau is finally back to social media and has been applauded for handling the death of her father well.

Meanwhile, her brother, Lasizwe was dragged on different occasions for mourning online but that did not stop the star from expressing how he truly feels.

Khanyi is also taking the opportunity to remind peeps to treat others with kindness.

Khanyi and Lasizwe ’s father died recently and the pair have been sharing tributes to him on their social media accounts.

They also laid him to rest over the weekend. Those who attended the funeral service virtually, gave her props for being strong for her siblings.

Khanyi’s fans advised her to take her time to mourn her father’s death because of her state of health.

She used the opportunity to ask them to “normalise humour” from public figures to their fans and vice versa.

Khanyi said;

“We need to normalise humour as public figures. But also our followers need to remember we are human too and not perfect.

Everyone in this platform just wants to be heard and seen. No love lost but gained”



Lasizwe on the other hand defended himself from trolls stating:

“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!”

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