- A proud Mzansi father has taken to social media to post an adorable video of his cute daughter celebrating her birthday
- The man says the little one is a “drama queen” as she is seen also clapping her tiny hands and singing in front of her birthday cake
- In the clip posted by the dad, the beautiful birthday girl looks a bit confused as to why her family members are singing and decided to join in with a cute smile
It’s a special day for one South African father who is celebrating his daughter’s birthday and shared a video on social media. The young and cute little girl seems to be in a joyful mood but one can tell she is not aware of what the event is all about.
@Rramahlajana has posted a beautiful video of his little one who is also joining in on the song and clapping her tiny hands.
The latest offering from the account holder has attracted sweet messages from his followers, who also wished the girl a memorable day.
The post reads:
“Today ke birthday ya Tokomane. Happy birthday my drama Queen.”
South Africans are blown away
"Happy birthday to her.”
"Happy birthday to her. More life to her.”
"Happy birthday to the Queen.”
"May she have a fantastic day. More life to her.”
Man gets birthday cake for the first time
Taking a look at other related articles, Briefly News reported that a man has caused commotion on the internet as he clocked a new age in style.
The man identified as Exceptional Emmanuel Okorie shared on Facebook loved-up pictures he took with his kids as he announced his birthday.
He went on to showcase the birthday cake he got from his wife in celebration of the occasion. Emmanuel, while appreciating his wife, identified as Precious Anurika Emmanuel, said it is the first birthday cake he ever received in his life.
"My wife gave me a surprise birthday cake. The very first birthday cake of my lifetime. Thank you sweetheart. Imagine that I have never cut a birthday cake since I was born... We weren't given such luxury because not every parent can afford a birthday cake... My love Precious Anurika Emmanuel."
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