My Husband Is Broken – Somizi’s Wife Mohale Motaung Asks For Prayers

Mohale Motaung wife to Somizi pleads with South Africans for prayers after losing his mother-in-law South African legendary actress Mary Twala.

According to Somizi, his mother Mary Twala (80) died on Saturday morning in Netcare Park Lane Hospital.

Entertainer and media personality Somizi confirmed the death of his mother on social media in a lengthy post.

Today’s my late father’s birthday…..and my mom decided to respond to his call to join him in heaven…..THE TREE HAS FALLEN… I’m shattered to the core…..but I’d be very selfish if I don’t release her….my mom lived to the fullest….achieved beyond her dreams….its hurts like hell…..I won't lie…..a day without her calling to either say I love u or give me money…….thank u South Africa for loving the phenomenal superstar that is my mother…….she left us peacefully around 11am at Parklane Pvt hospital as I was on my way to drop off her gown and a few minutes earlier the dr called to say come shes up and jolly now…..I arrived a few mon late……LALA MA…!

Somizi’s wife Mohale Motaung reveals that he has never witnessed his husband shattered like this and asks for prayers.
My Husband Is Broken – Somizi’s Wife Mohale Motaung Asks For Prayers

I’ve never seen my husband like this. Please pray for us guys, I really need to be strong for him

South Africans comfort Mohale Motaung after the passing of Mary Twala

He will be like that for a while Mohale. . . cry with him, pray with him. Be with him. Condolences and strength to you and everyone affected. Ngxesi

I'm so sorry he is going through this and I'm so sorry for you too. Be there for him, hold him, you don’t have to say a word because nothing you say will ease his pain. Hang in there Mohale
There’s nothing we can do but pray for him but he needs you more than anything now. Remember your vows on your wedding, now its time to act.

Eish. We will pray Hale. We are here for both of you. I looked him in the eyes today and honestly know exactly what you talking about. The was a huge void. Big hug to the two of you.

Let him be! Let him let out all the pain! Support him even when he seems to push u away! A parent’s death isn’t easy especially she has been a pillar of strength in everything you do. Let him cry until He fills fine. Please give him water and sugar to drink. We will pray for him. Savanna News

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