Lasizwe: 'I'm officially losing my mind'
Lasizwe, known for his crazy YouTube skits, took to Twitter to let people know that he is not coping with the national lockdown saying that he is "officially losing his mind".
He said in the tweet: "I can’t take it anymore! I am officially losing my mind.
"This lockdown is really causing my anxiety to peak. I feel so disconnected from the world and feel so isolated!
"I’m really pray for this pandemic to end as its messing with my mental health. I genuinely feel like crying. But there are no tears left to cry".
I can’t take it anymore! I am officially losing my mind. This lockdown is really causing my anxiety to peak. I feel so disconnected from the world and feel so isolated! I’m really pray for this pandemic to end as its messing with my mental health. I genuinely feel like crying 💔— Lasizwe Dambuza (@lasizwe) April 22, 2020
But there are no tears left to cry— Lasizwe Dambuza (@lasizwe) April 22, 2020
In a recent interview with Sowetan Live, Lasizwe opened up about his anxiety and mental health issues and was quoted saying he "struggles with being a public figure and having to put on a brave face amid depressing moments".
It said: "I experience loneliness and isolation, and then I tap out. It's like a coming and going type of feeling. It's like you zone out of it, and sometimes you find yourself bouncing back into that feeling".
Lasizwe's fans quickly rallied together to restore some happiness back into his life, some even offered a shoulder to cry on and an ear to listen.
Just remember that this too shall pass just like all the many stressful situations that you’ve been through and overcame. Sending you hugs 🤗— Thozama Mqikela (@MightyZama) April 22, 2020
You're lucky you're experiencing this in comfortable situations, with food and warmth. Imagine those who are struggling without food and other essentials with no means 💔😭 my heart pours out for them 🥺😔— 💕𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐅𝐞𝐦𝐚𝐥𝐞 𝐓𝐮𝐩𝐚𝐜💕 (@caramelmeddie) April 22, 2020
If you want talk, am available for anxiety. Let's work this out.— Mmeli (@Mmeli001) April 22, 2020
You're not alone ...I feel exactly the same....my anxiety and mini depression has been triggered that I even struggle to sleep....It's even worse knowing you've ran out of food and not know what to do or were to go next....it's really stressful.— BrownSugar🌈🇿🇦 (@VuyoFanta) April 22, 2020