Leleti Khumalo no Longer Ashamed of Her Skin Condition! See Photos
By RELATIONSHIPADVICES | self meida writer
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Leleti Khumalo is a South African movie actor. She is well known from her role in Sarafia movie and Yesterday. Besides acting, Khumalo is also on a radio show host and an accomplished musician.
What a beautiful woman who loves smiling. Leleti Khumalo was born on the 30th March 1970, She is 51 years old as of 2021. She is a victim of the rare skin disease called vitiligo.
What is more is that, she has had it for several years now, then now affecting Leleti Khumalo skin conditions, more especially her hands and neck. But now it all seems like has learned how to leave with this condition by researching more about it. Throughout, she has remained committed to her responsibilities. And Besides that, she takes part in publicizing her illnesses.
Leleti Khumalo no longer feeling ashamed of herself and her skin conditions. She has made peace with that rare disease. May the precious Lord give her many more years to come.
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