Society has this mentality of perceiving men living with diabetes as if they are not men enough. Whenever women learns that a certain man suffers from diabetes, they start to undermine him and disrespect him. The truth is that living with diabetes does not mean he is not man enough. He can still do better than those without diabetes in many ways, because being romantic comes in different ways. Lerumo from Scandal is one of the celebrity men you would not guess they are living with diabetes
Tshepo Mosese is a South African rapper and actor who played the role of Lerumo on etv's telenovela Scandal. He left the show after eight years of service. He was a fan favorite but unfortunately his journey had to come to an end.
Howza is living with diabetes. He was diagnosed with diabetes type 1 at the age of 20. He was shocked as he thought diabetes only affect elder people. Currently he is 38 years, meaning he has been living with diabetes for 18 years. It has been a long journey. Howza is a man just like other men. He has the kind of physique that many regard as attractive, those muscles. Diabetes is only a condition and society must stop using it do define people.
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