Lootlove Remembers Her Late Brother

He would be turning a year older today

By  | Dec 21, 2021, 11:13 AM  | Luthando "LootLove" Shosha  | Top of The

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TV host Lootlove has become one of South Africa's most successful celebrities. The media personality has been in the entertainment industry for several years and over time, she has managed to solidify herself as a household name.

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On what would have been late brother's Lukhanyiso 'Luke' Shosha's birthday, the star took to Instagram to remember him. She posted a video of their memorable experiences and wished him a happy heavenly birthday. Celebrities and fans sent her virtual hugs as she remembers him.

Lootlove lost her brother in 2020 and she took to her Twitter account to express how heartbroken she was. She said she was hurt that her babies will grow up without an uncle.

"Light of my life. My heart is in shambles. I love you so so so so damn much. I would do anything, anything to bring you back. I would give anything to see this smile again. I can’t believe my babies are going to go through life without uMalume, their absolute favourite person."

"I can’t believe God thinks I’m strong enough to do this. This makes no sense. This makes no sense... I’m so angry, I’m so confused, I just want you back... Please just come back...ForeverFrequency Forever My Luke Wonder."

She recently remembered her on Twitter in an emotional tweet: "This year keeps surprising me in the most beautiful ways but I can’t help but be so sad that my Luke isn’t here to walk through these moments with me. I don’t even want to think about things like the girls' 1st day of school… I’m going to crumble. We had plans but then God."

"The saddest thing about death is that sometimes you kind of “forget” they’re gone… & then you want to call them because something only they would get happened/or you want to share exciting news… & then you remember that you can’t and the grieving starts all over again."

Another celeb who recently remembered their loved one is Ayanda Ncwane. She penned a touching message to her late husband Sfiso Ncwane.

"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.

Ayanda then spoke highly about how her parenting skills have worked for their children, "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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