Watch Somizi Mhlongo describing his iconic mother, Mary Twala, has resurfaced on social media following her death

Watch Somizi Mhlongo describing his iconic mother, Mary Twala, has resurfaced on social media following her death

Watch Somizi Mhlongo describing his iconic mother, Mary Twala, has resurfaced on social media following her death
South African actor, choregrapher and talk show host, Somizi Mhlongo, and his actress mother, Mary Twala.

The veteran South African on-screen character kicked the bucket on Saturday morning in the Netcare Park Lane Hospital. She was 80 years of age and had been battling with her wellbeing for a while.

Somizi affirmed the news on Instagram, saying: “The tree has fallen. I am profoundly broken however I’d be childish on the off chance that I don’t discharge her. My mother lived without limit and accomplished past her fantasies.”

Watch Somizi Mhlongo describing his iconic mother, Mary Twala, has resurfaced on social media following her death

Addressing Anele Mdoda on SABC’s Real Talk in 2017, Somizi opened up about how his mother was consistently close by when he was down and out from 2006 to 2009, a period wherein he was additionally wiped out.

In the now-popular video, Somizi can be heard depicting the late Mary as a “great” case of a mother.

“My mother got me through that period. She was there for me all through,” he said. “On the off chance that you need to see an ideal case of what a mother is, go to my mom.

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Thank u once again for this day Ma

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Somizi additionally contrasted her quality with American entertainer Chuck Norris. That lady is my Chuck Norris, my beginning and end. My mom has never turned her back. When was I wiped out or when the world said I was biting the dust, my mom was there.

“At the point when they said I was down and out, my mom said ‘until perhaps I am bankrupt, you can say you are penniless’. When sh*t hit the fan, my mom came and spared me.”

Watch the video beneath.

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