Jessica's Emotional Post
Jessica's Emotional Post
Jessica Nkosi was thrust into superstardom when she bagged the role of Qondi on Mzansi Magic's, Isibaya, several years ago and although her role was initially small, she managed to become one of the show's leading actresses.
The actress who gave birth to her first baby last year is usually open about missing her late dad and every now and again, she takes to social media to reflect on her loss.
A couple of days ago, the starlet took to Instagram to remember her dad on his birthday.
"Today was abit of a difficult day for me...Today is my father’s birthday.
I keep telling myself to smile. He would be proud, not only of me but my siblings aswell. We all thriving and making him proud. God is carrying us," she wrote in part. Take a look at the sweet yet heartbreaking post below:
Another star who also speaks about her late parent is Anele Mdoda. A couple of months ago, the media personality took to her Instagram to reflect on the pain of losing her mom. Taking to the social media network, she shared a heartfelt message her dad wrote on the day her mom passed away 10 years ago.
"Message from my dad on the day my mom passed ten years ago. #10years on! On this day, 10 years ago I made a covenant (umnqophiso) with God. He/She pledged to be by my side when I asked Him ‘what do I do now that you have taken my pillar of strength. As man, how do I handle nurturing and raising four girls at their tender age?'"
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Message from my dad on the day my mom passed ten years ago. : #10 years on! On this day, 10 years ago I made a covenant (umnqophiso) with God. He/She pledged to be by my side when I asked Him ‘what do I do now that you have taken my pillar of strength. As man, how do I handle nurturing and raising four girls at their tender age?’ Ghast winds (inkqwithela) have come and gone and left us standing. Wena Thixo, together with Amamfene and ooJola next to You assigned the best of angels to shine light on our paths. More challenges may still come! Yes - we will fall but sure as sun coming from the East, we will rise again and again and again. To you Mphankomo, Jola, Qengeba - Gone too soon but never forgotten. We will always remember you. Amamfene are eternally greatful for the life we shared with you and the beautiful children you gave us! Continue looking over us so that we are able to rise whenever we falter - Pat.