As a result of the statements that she made on the episode of Living the Dream with Somizi, Palesa Madisakwane has chosen to provide some further context for what she said.
After revealing how she felt when she found out that the father of her child is gay, the celebrity became a topic of conversation online.
She further said that his late mother, Mary Twala, had advised her to give them the baby and go on with her life. Mary had informed her that she should do so.
Palesa, on the other hand, clarified the situation by stating that her statements had been taken out of context and that this was due to the fact that footage need to be deleted in order to make room for other clips to be edited into the episode.
Palesa stated that she was not given the command to give away Bahumi, but rather that she was given the option to continue her studies while they took care of Bahumi. This was to clarify what she meant when she said that she was given the order to give up Bahumi.
"When uMa [Mary Twala] stated I can give the baby to them, she was not commanding me; she was not insisting or taking my kid away from me. Instead, she was just letting me know that I had the option to do so. "She loved me enough to want to see me go back to school and have a wonderful life for myself," she added. "As a concerned and loving mother she was to me, she meant she will take care of my kid. She loved me enough to want to see me go back to school."
She said that there were no barriers preventing her from visiting Bahumi and disclosed that she could see her at any time she desired.
Because I was permitted to get my kid at any time of day or night and to see my infant, I was treated like a member of the family. Please keep in mind that the majority of these films have been cut down in length due to time constraints; as a result, you should not misunderstand or misconstrue the dialogue. The Lord gave me a wonderful and supportive mother as well as other family members. She finished by wishing that "may her beautiful soul rest in peace."
The veteran actress, who has appeared in films such as 'Hopeville', 'Vaya', and 'Sarafina!', passed away in hospital on what would have been her late husband Ndaba Mhlongo's birthday. She was 80 years old.
Somizi said losing his mother "hurt like hell" but he takes comfort in knowing that she "lived life to the fullest".
The media personality shared video clips of happy moments with "the phenomenal superstar" that is his mother.
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