Lasizwe Dambuza and Natasha Thahane have reconciled after years of beefing. In 2021, the YouTuber made it known that their friendship had failed on his Tell the Truth or Drink It show, but the reason behind their split was not explicit.
During an interview on Mac G’s Podcast And Chill, the actress clarified the alleged beef between them. “I’m enjoying my silence. He decided to say whatever he wanted to say. He can carry on,” she said.
“One thing people need to learn from my situation with Lasizwe is when people grow out of each other’s seasons, it’s okay. My thing was you need to figure out if we’re industry friends or genuine friends. Lasizwe stayed in my life and it was great. We were good friends. If we have to grow apart that’s okay, but let’s keep respecting each other.”
On Monday, Lasizwe shared photos of himself at the Duma Collective star-studded event. The post revealed that the two celebs have reconciled as they took some cozy snaps together.
The actor’s timeline was filled with comments about their friendship and reconciliation.
In other news – Nia Long and Ime Udoka reached custody and child support agreement regarding their son
Nia Long and her ex, Ime Udoka, have reached an agreement when it comes to their custody battle over their 12-year-old son, Kez. According to court documents obtained by ET, Long will receive child support from Udoka in the amount of $32,500 per month. This figure is slightly about half as much as the court initially said she might be entitled to, but was what she and Udoka finally agreed upon.
Additionally, Long was granted sole physical custody of Kez, while Ime will be given reasonable visitation rights, as his schedule — and Long’s — permits. According to the documents, Udoka has a “5 percent timeshare” with Kez, while Long will have the other 95 percent. Read More