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WATCH | Sbahle Mpisane honours MaMkhize with a tattoo

24 June 2022 - 06:00 By Constance Gaanakgomo
Sbahle thanked her mom for always understanding her and being by her side through thick and thin.
Sbahle thanked her mom for always understanding her and being by her side through thick and thin.
Image: Instagram/ Sbahle Mpisane

Fitness enthusiast Sbahle Mpisane has showed her mother Shauwn “Mamkhize” Mkhize some love by getting inked in her honour.

Sbahle spent several months in ICU after her car reportedly burst into flames after she lost control on Margaret Mncadi Avenue in Durban during the early hours of August 9 2018.

She has been vocal on Instagram about how her mother was instrumental in her healing and to honour her she got a tattoo. 

“My body is my journal & my tattoos are my story. Thank you mom @kwa_mammkhize for always understanding me & being by my side through thy lows and highs, you are a blessing, I love you unconditionally, she captioned a video of her getting the tattoo on Instagram.

In April Sbahle's mother, MaMkhize who has spoken about how her daughter was working hard to restore her career after her accident took to her social media timeline to express her pride in Sbahle finding the courage to tell her story.

“I am super proud of my daughter @sbahle_mpisane finally unmasking herself as part of her healing process,” she wrote, sharing a clip of Sbahle's tell-all interview. 

MaMkhize reflected on the journey Sbahle has been on since her almost fatal car crash and observed that God has been very good to her. She gushed about just how proud she is of her.

“Mommy has been very proud of you with the way you have pushed yourself to get better and accepted the current you that has taken so much of courage. I know what you want to achieve this year and I know Covid-19 has disturbed you but I wish you to achieve all your dreams and more.

“Mommy adores you baby girl ukhule ungakhokhobi. Let’s keep the past at the past and focus to the future cause the sky is the limit,” MaMkhize said.