Why don’t you give Khuli a child? – Mzansi roast DJ Lamiez Holworthy. Lamiez Holworthy has clapped back in a major way at a troll who meddled in her private affairs.
The DJ found herself having to defend her decision to not have kids now, to a Tweep who said she should give her husband Khuli Chana some children.DJ Lamiez
Answering a question which asks what scares people about marriage, she said she was scared about her in-laws not accepting her for who she is. Lamiez is a DJ who is always on the road attending gigs and has inked her body so much that many people thought she would never get married.Lamiez Holworthy and Khuli Chana
Luckily she met her soulmate rapper Khuli Chana who, along with his family, have accepted her for who she is and she loves it. “Honestly? The thought of my in laws trying to box me was my biggest fear. Kgante I’d be blessed with a family that gets and accepts me as much my own does. My mother in law? Lepara! Nna ke lepantsula (I’m a pantsula) and married or not, this is who I am,” she answered.
She also thinks society is to blame for people fearing marriage so much because of the ridiculous expectations. “Also society and its unrealistic expectations play a big role in why batho ba tshaba lenyalo (people are so scared about marriage.) For the longest time I’d get silly comments like “You’re a DJ who will marry you? Or “With so many tattoos will you ever get married?”
Lamiez schooled people and said marriage and having kids is no joke, she says not every woman wants to get married and have kids, “Society constantly measures a woman’s worth by the above and it’s exhausting coz 1. Not all woman want to have kids or get married and 2. THAT’S OKAY!!!
Lamiez was only dishing out some facts to her followers when one came for her and asked why does she not give Khuli kids. The troll pushed it by asking if she even can bare children.
“That’s not OK you can’t have everything you want in life and fail to give Khuli a child, issa no no. Don’t you want a child or Khuli doesn’t want a child or is it bcoz you guys can’t make a child?”
Lamiez clapped back hard. Good for her!
“You’re a joke. The point that I just made flew right over your head neh?! Imagine a whole adult like yourself so invested in MY life. Tell me how any of this is your business also? O stlaela wena, jy’s Dom! Houtkop nje. shame man.”
Lamiez was not impressed by this and lashed out even more, “We really tweet amongst baloi Le Di houtkop (witches) and it’s sad because contrary to what many believe, Twitter can be such a beautiful place. Not only because I’ve seen you guys come together, stand together and support each other for a greater course but also because y’all are super funny too,” she tweeted.