Nghiem’s ​​Motsi Mabuse ‘heartbroken’ as family stuck in Ukraine cries on phone

Motsi Mabuse star of the TV series Motsi Mabuse spoke about her disappointment and sadness at not being able to help her mother-in-law who is stranded in war-torn Ukraine.

Nghiem's ​​Motsi Mabuse'heartbroken' as family stuck in Ukraine cries on phone
Nghiem’s ​​Motsi Mabuse ‘heartbroken’ as family stuck in Ukraine cries on phone

The heartbroken Motsi Mabuse family is stuck in Ukraine.

The star of the TV series said how her mother-in-law called her in tears after Russia invaded the country.

The 40-year-old woman said she felt completely helpless after communicating with her family when Russia landed in Ukraine by land, sea and air.

Motsi wrote on Twitter: “So sad to hear my mother-in-law crying this morning, scared and absolutely nothing we can do! Just honestly sad.”

She added: “Prayers for Ukraine and the World!”

Hours later, she posted another update: “Our parents have been told to go out and turn off the water and gas!

Motsi Mabuse says her mother-in-law is stuck in Ukraine



“They are unlikely to reach the Polish border.”

She was met with comments from worried fans sending their condolences.

“Thinking of you and your parents. I will never understand why humans can’t live together in peace and harmony,” one told her.

Another wrote: “So sad for you and your parents and everyone in Ukraine. Lots of love and prayers xx”

“I am heartbroken for the Ukrainian people. I am praying for their safety Motsi,” another reader.

The world was shaken by Russian President Vladimir Putin’s declaration of war against Ukraine this morning.

Motsi’s tweet where she updates her fans on her family members



The Russian leader has launched a “full-scale invasion” of the country after weeks of threats.

Ukraine’s police said that Russia has carried out more than 200 attacks on the country since this morning.

Other celebrities have reacted to the horrors unfolding in the European country.

Annie Lennox wrote on Instagram: “What ‘price’ must ordinary people pay for the madness and brutality of ‘invasion’ and ‘war’? Or is this just an elaborate hoax? One intimidation tactics? A threat?”

An apartment building damaged by shelling in the town of Chuhuiv, Kharkiv region, Ukraine



Image from the office of the President of Ukraine after the loud explosions that the team heard on the ground in Kyiv

“Sorry for this dark reflection, but I’ve had the privilege of living in a ‘peaceful’ setting since I was born – a decade after World War 2 ended – a total of 67 years. I don’t take this for granted and therefore find the concept of ‘war’ to be unacceptable and disgustingly barbaric,” she added.

Author Stephen King wrote, “What most of us learned as children on the playground: You don’t stand by when a big kid beats a small kid,” King wrote in a widely shared post. widely on Twitter. a punch or two stops the big kid, but it’s the right thing to do.”

An injured woman stands outside a hospital in eastern Ukraine


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Cardi B wrote: “Congratulations to the leaders of this world [would] stop stumbling over power and really think about who is really affected (citizens) besides the whole world is in crisis. War, sanctions, invasions should be the last thing these leaders should worry about. “

“This is an act of war by a bully thug who doesn’t think the rest of the world has the guts or will to stop him… Shameful,” added Piers Morgan.

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