Actress Mona Monyane and actor husband Khulu Skenjana have parted ways. Taking to Twitter, Mona said she and her husband have parted ways and that the battles they have met have been difficult to overcome together.
“My husband and I have parted ways. I know this will come as a shock to many and I ask that you continue to believe in love and family. The battles we have met have been difficult to overcome together and I ask that you respect us by not sensationalizing our separation. (sic),” – Mona Monyane tweeted
I still believe in love. I will always believe in love. Love is a phenomenal part of the human experience! I just realise that it is the love we have for ourselves that should shine brighter than the love we have for others, otherwise we risk losing ourselves in them…
— Power Of Wellness (@MonaMonyane) March 8, 2020
In another tweet, she said: “I have cried many times in the past 5 years, I have felt pain that literally killed me but God has a bigger purpose for me, I am still here for a reason. I cry today because I am in awe at the mercy and grace that has been extended onto me. Keep keeping on, light never fails (sic).”
My arms are out here looking delicious cause your girl has BEEN carrying the world on her shoulders, fighting away ALL darkness, fear and pain. I am prepared, I am ready, I am stronger and I am VICTORIOUS!
Hello world, I am Mona MONYANE!❤ Allow me to reintroduce myself🥰 #2020 pic.twitter.com/uFrcwZq1P6
— Power Of Wellness (@MonaMonyane) March 6, 2020
She also gave thanks to women who have prayed for her, “For every woman that has prayed for me, thank you. For every woman that has wished me well, thank you. For those I have had the honour to meet face-to-face and those who I have not, thank you (sic).” – she said
“Basadi, your prayer transforms darkness into light. You are GOD personified” – she added
Responding to Twitter users asking if she was okay after the separation from her husband, Mona said she had survived worse situations.
“I’ve survived my 7-day-old baby dying in my arms. I’m really ok guys, this is nothing compared to that. Let’s carry on shall we?” – she said
“Men ARE nurturing, caring and gentle NATURALLY. Look at how they care for their cars, shoes and accessories. Look at how they care for their Male friends. If they could simply redirect that same energy and commitment to their wives and children they would realise this too.”
Mona Monyane and Khulu Skenjana have been together for more than five years.
Image Courtesy: youthvillage.co.za
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