Lasizwe Dambuza was Moonchild Sanelly’s recent guest on her The Madness Method talk show, sponsored by Scottish Leader. The YouTuber made a startling revelation of his deepest fantasy and that involves sleeping with a woman – but not just any woman.
The comedian sat with songstress Moonchild and they spoke about his fantasies and what they entail. Firstly, Lasizwe’s cute fantasy entails having a love Connie Ferguson received from Shona Ferguson. “I want that Connie Ferguson and Shona Ferguson type of love, marriage. Like, we are married for ever and ever,” he said, adding that he is hopeful it will happen one day.
I am manifesting the man of my dreams that I love and understands me that I love and want us to work together. We build an empire together, that’s what I love the most.” He also said he wants a best friend of a husband.
Lasizwe’s weirdest fantasy actually includes sleeping with a woman who is not South African and get her pregnant. This so he can have mixed raced babies. I actually want to sleep with a woman and get her pregnant,” he said and a shocked Moonchild asked, he wants to have babies, and he agreed that he does indeed. As scared as he is, Lasizwe thinks the experience would be traumatic. “I will know that I have lived once those top two fantasies of mine are achieved where a till death do us part marriage happens and I have my own kid and have experienced a woman.”
He did add though that he does not want it to be a regular thing. “I don’t want it to be a regular thing, I just want to go to penalties. I don’t want it to be recurring, I just want to go to penalty, shoot, score and done.”
“And I want my child to be mixed race, like the most beautiful child. I want to create a Coloured. It is so nice I always have this fantasy of my child saying ‘my dad is South African and my mum is Russian or my mum is from New Zealand.’ And my child has hazel eyes or blue-ish, greenish eyes and has curly hair. I stalk Takkies a lot…her children, I could steal her children,” he said.
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