"I Could Never Count The Tears That Have Fallen For You"- Pearl Thusi

She remembers someone special to her

By  | Jan 07, 2022, 01:38 PM  | Pearl Thusi  | Drama

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Media personality Pearl Thusi has taken to her Instagram account to remember her late mother

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It has been a couple of years since her mother died, but the pain never goes away. In an emotional post, she said she cannot of even count the many times her tears have fallen because of her mother.

Shortly after the post her followers flooded the comments section with messages to share their messages of strength with her.

In 2020 she paid tribute to her late mother in a lengthy post. “As I begin to write this... I realise from now on, every day will be one more day I’ve been on this earth longer without you than I was ever with you, Mom. In the flesh anyway.”

“I find new ways to cope every time the world finds a way to remind me that you’re not here to console me about the little things and the big things..."

"That I can’t boast about how you made and raised the first African MAC cosmetics ambassador, the first person to lead a Netflix original in Africa... an international actress, a strong mother, businesswoman, and activist.” she wrote.

Pearl lost her father Bhekizizwe Thusi in 2020 and she took social media to open up about the heartache of losing him. She wrote a heartfelt message on her Instagram page, expressing how much he loved him, "I hope you knew how much I love you... how much I miss you. And even how I forget you’re gone. It’s almost a year later and I still have to remind myself that you’re no longer here," reads her post.

Another celeb who recently remembered their loved one is Ayanda Ncwane. She remembered him on his 5th death anniversary.

"Dear Bab’Ncwane, It’s been 5 years since you left us on this very day. I asked God to give me 5 years to get used living without you Gwamanda (clan name) and He has," she wrote.

Ayanda said she will nott grieving her husband but rather she is celebrating him, and that she is taking her time when it comes to getting remarried,  "Today I don’t grieve for you, I celebrate you, your powerful legacy, our friendship, our unforgettable love and marriage, you left a bar so high that I’ve taken my time to remarry because I know what a GREAT & enjoyable marriage full of love is supposed to be," she gushed.

"You’ll be so proud of how I raised your beautiful boys, because I know how much you loved the boys & how intentional you were at raising them to be even greater than you. Also I think the wedding vows were written by a group of men and there were no women on board because I disagree with the part that says “till death do us part”, maybe for men but personally I carry you in my heart and spirit for the beautiful memories.

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