Lamiez Holworthy considers becoming a mother to be one of her greatest blessings in life. In an interview with news reporters, the DJ discussed recognizing Khuli Chana's daughter Nia from his former relationship with Asanda Maku as her own and embarking on a parenting journey with her.
"I could never claim I'm ready to be a mother because I am already a mother. I am the mother of an 8-year-old child from my husband's previous relationship. She is my daughter, and that has been the most significant blessing in my life to date," she added. Lamiez went on to say that she was confident she would be a wonderful mother to her biological children one day because of her current motherhood experience.Because of my mother, I can declare with my head held high that I am a wonderful mother.
When my husband and I decide to expand our family, I plan to be an even better mother. During an interview with S-Mag, Lamiez's husband, rapper Khuli Chana, stated his desire to extend their family in the future, gushing about how well his wife treats him. "I like the way she treats me as if I were a doll, always dressing me up. I also like how we both like to listen to music and, more significantly, how comfortable I am with her. I can't wait to give her a kid and grow our family," he said. Lamiez Holworthy is a well-known South African DJ, TV personality, club, and radio presenter, and is best known for anchoring the SABC 1 music show Live AMP. Lamiez Holworthy was born in Eersterust on June 12, 1992, and grew up in Laudium.
She was born to a black father and a colored Indian mother. She went to Andrew Anthony Primary, Sunnyside Primary, and subsequently Kwaggasrand Primary. She also went to Pro Arte Alphen Park from grade 8 to grade 9. Lamiez graduated from Laudium Secondary School in 2009 and went on to study journalism at the Boston Media House in 2012.
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