Haya Dladla writes a touching note to her late father.

The South African actor shared the reasons why his father became an icon; he said his father was very supportive of his dreams.

“Today I honor a hero who taught me how to live, a man who accepted me for who I was, believe me when I say that raising me was not easy. Sometimes I dreamed big and he laughed, but when I dreamed below my capabilities, he made me see my shortcomings,” he wrote.

“He made sure I was fed, well-sheltered and well-educated. And also financed my “hobby” by making sure I attended every dance, music, and acting class (hoping my hobby would die when I got older). I never missed a rehearsal because email services were available then, he’d ask for an uber because wow, my schedule would be a mess, but I never realized how lucky I was back then.”

I did it dad, I did everything I promised. For a long time, I saw your tough love as unsettling, and occasionally threw the homophobic card.

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