So it’s true, when all is said and done, grief is the price we pay for love. This was exemplified by Kudzai Terrence Mushonga the heart broken boyfriend of South African socialite Khanyi Mbau.
The Zimbabwean born Kudzai Terrence Mushonga was left rueing the day that he did not listen to his mother concerning his girlfriend.
Mushonga says he dropped his girlfriend at a hair salon in Dubai were they had moved to only to find out that his girlfriend got on a plane and flew back to South Africa.
Mushonga who fought hard to withhold his tears said he could not make sense of it all. He questioned himself and posed what seemed to be rhetorical questions and questions directed at Khanyi in a video posted of his social media platform (Instagram) “Was I that bad to you?” The emotional Mushonga asked. “Guys if this is love then it hurts” he continued.
Kudzai Terrence Mushonga, nonetheless appeared to be relieved that his girlfriend is safe and back in Johannesburg.
There was nothing to mask his pain as he lamented and questioned everything that transpired between the moment he apparently dropped her off at a salon in Dubai and when she landed in Joburg.
Mushonga’s rant and vent on Instagram has gone viral and has had mixed reactions with some sympathisers wishing him well, while others took to mocking him and reminding him that khanyi Mbau was a typical ‘kasi’ girl not accustomed to the flamboyant life of Dubai.
‘She is not one for all the expensive champagnes and high life.’ One reader commented.
‘She is back in South Africa for the spring festivals where car boots will be open and cooler boxes with Savannah Dry and Hunters Gold will be served’ Terrence Mushonga must relax Khanyi is not missing, she is back home, she just missed home. Said another comment.
“I can confirm that my sweetheart texted me just now, she said she’s back in Joburg. My sweetheart just confirmed she’s back in Joburg,” said Mushonga.
It is good news that Mbau made her way back home safely, and she confirmed that on her Instagram page with a video of her boarding a flight to Joburg, and a picture of her at her father’s grave.
“Dear Dad. It gets real up here. Thank you all for your texts , messages and genuine concern. I am home, safe and okay,” she wrote.
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