Lasizwe, the younger brother of the actress and TV personality, is a member of the LGBTQ community. Lasizwe also works in show business, and he has always been open about being gay. Lasizwe is helped by his friends and family, like Khanyi. They are very close, and Khanyi doesn't treat Lasizwe like a celebrity. Instead, he treats him like his brother and even tells his followers when Lasizwe is lying.
Pop star Ariana Grande is close with her gay stepbrother Frankie Grande. Frankie is proud to be gay. Frankie told Attitude magazine that the singer's acceptance comes from growing up in an open-minded family where being gay was not only accepted but also celebrated.
The TV star is Phupho Gumede's older sister. Phupho is a pro at styling for reality TV. His work has been on TV and in movies for a long time. He has done hair for his sister Ayanda Ncwane, who was also on the Real Housewives of Durban. With this experience and his knowledge of local TV, he was able to dress the stars of the Netflix show Young, Famous & African in a stylish way for the bright lights and big city streets of Sandton.
Lungile Mchunu is a businessman and reality TV star who has been on his brother's reality show. Lungile is very close to his younger brother, and he often teases him about finding him a girlfriend. Even when he does this, Lungile looks like a brother who wouldn't let anyone pick on a family member.
In an interview with "Out" in 2011, the Maroon 5 singer said that his younger brother Michael is gay. "I can disprove on my own that you can learn to be sexual," he joked. "Trust me, you have it in you. We knew my brother was gay when he was two years old.
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