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Tebogo Lerole Pens Heartfelt Tribute to Khanyi Mbau’s Late Father

Tebogo Lerole

Media personality Khanyi Mbau and Lasizwe on Sunday, September 20 announced that their father Menzi Mcunu had passed away.

The two personalities shared the same father, and the passing of a parent is never easy and has seen Khanyi take time off social media. The bubbly personality besides posting the news of her father’s passing has shared details about their father’s passing.

Condolences for Khanyi and her family have poured in from their fans and followers and several Mzansi personalities. Khanyi’s ex-boyfriend Tebogo Lerole has taken to social media to pay tribute to Khanyi’s father, who he became close with during their relationship.
In his post, Tebogo offered his condolences to Khanyi and the Mcunu family, “I am so sorry Chunky“.


Khanyi Mbau

“I cannot comprehend the agony endured by you and the Mcunu family. I wish to send my unfeigned solace to You, Ousi Mmabatho, Tiara, Lungile, Junior, Lasizwe, Imbale, Sifiso, Ayanda, your Mothers as well as HIS friends, family and colleagues. Your FATHER welcomed me into his home as a son, HE embraced me and held my hand as one of HIS own. To this day I look up and cherish all the exceptional moments spent with MaCingwana as you would aptly call HIM,” wrote Tebogo.

In his post, Tebogo also thanked Khanyi for granting him the opportunity to meet her father and called him a “giant” and asked for his soul to rest in eternal peace.
“I pray for your family’s strength and healing, akwehlanga kungehlanga. Umoya wenu mawuxole during these trying times.

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Source: News365