It has been exactly 3 years since TV presenter and Actress Minnie Dlamini-Jones lost her brother.
The TV personality is struggling to come to terms with her brother’s passing.
Minnie’s brother died after being in ICU for several weeks after he suffered from a ruptured brain aneurysm which placed him on life support for 23 days.
Today she took to Instagram to remember him. “3 Years today & it still doesn’t feel real I used to fear death but now I have something to look forward to I Love you always my boy,” Minnie wrote Captioning the picture of her late brother
A few days ago Minnie celebrated her 4th
anniversary with her husband Quinton Jones.
Taking to Instagram, she said she could not believe that it has been 4 years already. “wow time flies!” she wrote.
Minnie said marriage is not a walk in a park, she said it comes with challenges. “Marriage is not easy and there are many times we’ve both wanted to call it quits but it’s days like today that remind us of the promise we made to each other Love you Baba kaNetha #TheJoneses”
Meanwhile, the TV star is also continuing to build a legacy for her family. She recently announced her brand new show.
She was looking for inspiring TV personalities. All they had to do was to send a shoutout video, introduce themselves and post the video on social media using the hashtag #OwnTheO.
“Do you want to be on TV? Grow your social media following? Flex your presenting skills, all while watching your favorite music videos from around the world? Now you can with Own The O!” she wrote introducing her show that will be aired on Channel O soon.
Minnie said she is now more involved behind the scenes as a storyteller under her company Beautiful Day Productions.
“If someone had to ask me who I am, I am a storyteller. It’s what I love most about life and how my ancestors passed on our history and lessons that the next generation needs to learn. I am so blessed that I get to express this passion of mine in multiple mediums.” She said.
“Here is one of my hidden (not anymore) talents. I created a beautiful story about love that transcends racial prejudice. I got to work with my genius brother @junkieflo who with a talented team of writers brought our story to life in the @kyknettv movie called PA. It’s always about breaking the mould and not allowing myself to be boxed into a category.”