After her scary posts, the poet and author seems to be doing better. She said that her cancer had come back and that she was afraid to leave her six young children.
In a recent post, she seems happier and says she and her son have talked about her joining Tinder.
She wrote about a talk she had with her son in the form of a dialogue, “Zoleka: Look, baby, what I got today! Zwelami: Get rid of that! Zoleka: But how will I find the RICH man who will take care of me until I die? Zwelami: That’s the same thing as Only Fans. Zoleka: But you told me not to use Only Fans, so I won’t. But I’m going to use Tinder, even though they’ll think they’re being catfished if I give them my information. Zwelami: True. Mom, you should go to ANC events because that’s where all the rich men are!”
Zoleka said that she will talk about how her search for a rich man is going.
“My life is a movie, for more TEA on my prospective dates with money oriented males, please stay tuned!!! So what does someone like me enter for their details on Tinder? Terminally ill, single mother of 6, looking for a rich man (with affiliations to the ANC) to look after her before she dies? I’m asking for a friend?”
Zoleka started getting treatment for her cancer after telling her fans that she was barely hanging on.
“Yesterday (29.08.2022) marked my official diagnosis, the CT scan has revealed cancer both in my liver and lungs. I am yet to receive feedback regarding my Bone scan, to establish whether I have cancer beyond my ribs. I am hanging on by a thread.
“I’ve had a sore back for more than a month now, and recently consulted with my GP when I could no longer tolerate the excruciating pain in my left rib. I went for an x-ray of my chest and rib a few days ago – I have a pathological fracture and swelling caused by cancer,” Zoleka wrote.
“My Medical Oncologist has scheduled me for a CT scan and bone scan, to determine whether I have cancer in the remaining parts of my body. From what she’s told me, cancer in the bones cannot be eradicated nor can it be cured. I have Bone Metastasis. I’ve just had my CT scan and am awaiting my results.”
“I don’t even have the words to articulate my thoughts and feelings, the words to describe how scared I am right now. What do I tell my children? How do I tell them that this time around, I may not get to live my life as a survivor? How do I tell them everything will be okay when it’s not? I’m dying … I don’t want to die,” she wrote.