Award-winning actor Warren Masemola has reportedly lost his mother. However, the TV star has not shared the news with his fans on his social media platforms.
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According to Daily Sun, Warren's management confirmed the news.
"Losing a parent or loved one, in general, is heartbreaking. We would appreciate it if the media would give Warren and his family time to mourn," the publication quoted Warren's management.
The actor recently celebrated his son's first birthday. He took to Instagram to share a heartwarming video with a caption that read: "An Emperor/Sultan was born on this day, we love you Mansa.”
Meanwhile, TV presenter Shashi Naidoo recently took to Instagram to share that she was mourning the passing of her dog.
She wrote: "My beloved Annie passed away this morning💔You have left my life but you will forever be in my heart 🐾"
Another celebrity who recently shared the sad news about her dog a few days ago is former Miss SA dr. Tamaryn Green. She penned a lengthy Instagram post opening up about her "baby boy".
She wrote: "In a short space of time, literally 7days our baby boy went permanently blind in both eyes. He has been diagnosed with Idiopathic Retinal Detachment. An irreversible condition
"We noticed him bumping into objects, struggling to play fetch, and generally appearing more on edge. Later he developed a swollen right eye. We took him for a full exam and received the bad news," she wrote.
She also mentioned that she tried helping him with eye drops but the eye drops did not help. She said she was left with only one option.
"Eye drops were not sufficient to manage the pain and discomfort anymore and the last option was to remove the one troubling eye. Oreo is my baby and my heart breaks for him. I’m sure other animal lovers can relate, that if possible we’ll go to the ends of the earth for them. Currently, he is adapting after his eye surgery. We’re praying that he finds his happy place again," dr. Tamaryn wrote on Instagram.
Comforting Green in the comments section, @shani.koen also shared her story, she said her dog also had to have an eye removed.
She responded: "This is so so sad I'm so sorry for little Oreo. The good news is that they are SO adaptable. My little one also had to get her one eye removed. It's heartbreaking to see them in pain. I pray for a speedy recovery for Oreo and lots of strength for you."
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