Natasha Thahane’s Beautiful Vernacular Poem To ‘Thembinkosi Lorch’ Leaves Fans Guessing

Social media users couldn't help but gush over the sweet words, with many assuming they were directed towards Lorch. Due to their on-and-off relationship, Thahane is often playfully referred to as "Mrs. Lorch" by her admirers.

Natasha Thahane's Beautiful Vernacular Poem To 'Thembinkosi Lorch' Leaves Fans Guessing-TSZ Mzansi
Natasha Thahane's Beautiful Vernacular Poem To 'Thembinkosi Lorch' Leaves Fans Guessing

Actress Natasha Thahane recently shared a heartfelt poem in her vernacular language, leaving her followers guessing about its intended recipient. The beautiful piece, written by poet Nue Sam, captured the essence of love and devotion.

Although Thahane did not explicitly mention who the poem was dedicated to, her fans quickly jumped to conclusions, speculating that it was meant for her rumoured lover and baby daddy, Thembinkosi Lorch, the Orlando Pirates attacking midfielder.

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Social media users couldn’t help but gush over the sweet words, with many assuming they were directed towards Lorch. Due to their on-and-off relationship, Thahane is often playfully called “Mrs. Lorch” by admirers.

Here are some of the comments that flooded Thahane’s post:

  • sgoniwe said: “Gone girl ke wena makoti wase Orlando skoni.”
  • olusola_michael_006 felt excluded: “If you are a Nigerian and you don’t understand gather here please.”
  • sgmayaba complimented: “It’s such words that build a person, that also encourages a person to do more. Keep at it sis.”
  • sketchy_onzo said: “Lorch o lucky yaz.”
  • endurancegrand commented: “How I can’t understand a thing but I understand the depth.”
  • general_nyambo approved: “Lorch is Lorching well, and we’re happy as a country.”
  • phiwetisani was envious: “Beautiful. I wish I had someone to tag for this sweet text, yhoo into zamashwa Thixo!”

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Thahane’s vernacular poem touched the hearts of many, regardless of whether they understood the language or not. It’s a testament to the power of words and the emotions they evoke.

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