Fitness trainer Sbahle Mpisane has received massive support after she opened up about the effects her August 2018 car crash continue to have on her.
She also slammed those who accused her of “murdering” an “unknown” passenger and of faking amnesia, which she says led her to forget some of her closest friends and family.
Sbahle was in a coma for three weeks after the accident.
She admitted that she was initially hurt by the social media hate, but soon got over it because she knows her truth.
“At first your words stung, but I felt no pain as my truth is known by God, the legal system and those that were first responders to the accident scene I STILL have NO recollection of.”
She said her turning point came after she gained access to her phone, which allowed her to choose herself and leave behind those she felt were not helping her on her journey to recovery.
Shortly after she shared her story, messages from industry colleagues and her followers flooded the comments section, with people sharing their personal stories and some thanking her for being an inspiration.
Be gentle on yourself
Mafikzo: “Coming from a mother who went through the similar situation with my daughter, just take it one day at a time. It’s OK not to remember at times and please don’t be too hard on yourselves. What people think about you, it has everything to do with them and lack of compassion. Stay strong and focus on you. I will continue to pray for you and your family.”
We’re praying for you
Pumzano: “You have a village, a nation of prayer warriors behind you. People will talk their talk, let it be water behind your back because you have seen the place only a few can give testimony on. Let them cast their aspersions, just don’t pick or own them.”
On Twitter, even more responses poured in:
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