Lira Gives Health Update After Stroke, Says She Is Speaking Better

South African singer Lira has shared a health update with her fans following a stroke she had in 2022 while in Germany She recently revealed significant improvement in her speech and expressed pride in her progress, including her first in-person interview since the stroke Fans have shown support, praising her strength and resilience throughout her recovery journey Mzansi singing sensation Lira has given her followers a detailed health update after suffering a stroke a few years ago. The star raised the country’s concerns when she revealed that she suffered a stroke while in Germany.After her stroke, she walked for two hours back to the hotel. Desperate for help, she tried to use WhatsApp, but found herself unable to comprehend the words on her phone’s screen.South African songbird Lira, real name Lerato Molapo, left many of her friends and supporters feeling crestfallen after she suffered a stroke while on tour in Germany in 2022.





Despite the severity of the stroke, the Feel Good singer has been making a great recovery and, over the last couple of years, shared several health updates.

While she initially struggled with her speech, this week, she shared that it has gotten so much better. She also shared how proud she was of herself for making so much progress.

As expected, her fans were overjoyed to hear how well she is doing and have continued to share kind words of support and encouragement.LIRA’S SPEECH FINALLY MAKES IMPROVEMENT
The year 2022 took off to quite the rocky start for musician Lira, who suffered a stroke three months ago while in Germany for a performance.

Shortly after the stroke, her family informed her supporters that she is on the road to recovery and is doing well.

Lira herself appears to be in pretty high spirits as she continues to make progress after the stroke severely impacted her speech.Heading to Instagram, the songbird shared that she can definitely still sing. At the time, she also added that speech is “challenging”.

Along with the small update, Lira shared a clip of herself rehearsing with the Mzansi Youth Choir.

In the caption she wrote:

“During rehearsal of Return to Me, featuring Mzansi Youth Choir. Speech challenging but I can still sing.”

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While she initially struggled with her speech, she headed online this week to share that there have definitely been improvements.

Taking to X (formerly Twitter), she shared how she did an interview with a local publication and managed to speak pretty well.

“I did my first in person interview with Sunday Times which will be out this Sunday. I’m speaking SO much better – I’m proud of my progress,” she said.