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I wish I could take the pain away: Trevor Gumbi writes to his wife in the hospital

Trevor Gumbi reveals on social media that his wife is hospitalized. The comedian didn’t disclose the nature of her illness but he ensured to stay by her through the journey. He shared a photo holding her hand and captioned it with soothing words.

“I wish I could take the pain away. If you can make it through the night, there’s a brighter day. Everything will be alright if you hold on,” he wrote. Sleeping beauty. It’s visiting hours, but, she’s fast asleep and I’m staying by her side so that when they make the movie about our lives together, my character gets brownie points and husbands across the land get the hairy eyeball from their partners, ‘cause they’ve just put their mug down, raw, on the table without a coaster.

Trevor Gumbi


Trevor returned to Instagram later to update his followers that she will be getting discharged on Friday.
Trevor Gumbi’s wife, Nande, will soon be out of the hospital after spending a few days battling an undisclosed illness The South African comedian announced the hospitalisation on Instagram in multiple emotional posts Days later, the star announced in a lighthearted caption his wife would be coming home, leaving Mzansi in tears.


the comedian shared a post saying that, if it were possible, he would take her pain away. Although Gumbi didn’t reveal what Nande was battling with, judging by the snap and emotional caption, it was something serious.

In other news – Big trouble for Babes Wodumo after duping event promoters

Babes Wodumo has been called out by three event promoters and organisers after she failed to pitch at shows after being paid.

Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha

Speaking to ZiMoja, Estradini Lifestyle management said the Gqom queen received R18 000 for a show that held on the 28th of January. Learn more

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