- Cassper Nyovest's baby momma, Thobeka Majozi, took to social media recently to gush about her baby boy
- Thobeka said that the infant was extremely smart and was shitting all his milestons in record speed
- She shared that the child can, at only 8 months of age, stand and even try to dance
Thobeka Majozi is super proud of her son, Khotso. The 8-month-old she shares with rapper Cassper Nyovest is growing in leaps and bounds.
Taking to social media, Thobeka shared some of the baby’s milestones so far.
"My son is 8 months yet so bright and responsive. He literally mimics everything we do. He started sitting at 4 months old, crawling at 6 months and now he’s already standing on his own. Even the dancing is on beat."
Cassper gives baby Khotso a special haircut
Just recently Cassper shared a picture of Khotso’s first haircut. Briefly News learned that Cassper Nyovest's son Khotso is making a name for himself in the entertainment industry already and Mzansi absolutely loves to see it. Cassper decided to give his son his signature haircut from back in the Doc Shebeleza era.
When Cassper first came onto the scene as a rapper, he was certainly different. He stood out because he had a super long ponytail on top despite having the rest of his hair cut. One could say that Cassper was rocking some sort of a mullet but he added his own spin to things.
Now, Cassper wants to see his legacy continue through his son Khotso. The Destiny hitmaker decided to give his son a special haircut, much to the amusement of South Africans.
Cassper Nyovest shows off his soft life
Meanwhile Briefly News reported that Cassper Nyovest claimed that he grew up being woken up by the loud sound of taxis, but now he is woken up by the sound of horses.
He shared this in a video as he walks around his home and shows off some of the horses on the estate.
Cassper took to social media to share that he's taking a walk around his neighbourhood and captioned the post:
"Taking a walk around my neighbourhood. Work hard bafethu. Soft life."
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