- JR and Tshepi Vundla’s son, Sibabalwe, recently turned four and the proud parents couldn’t be more grateful for their baby boy
- Taking to social media to wish her son, Tshepi shared a clip filled with memories she has shared with Sibabalwe the past four years
- Sibabalwe was showered with love and well wishes in the comment section of Tshepi’s touching birthday post
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JR and Tshepi Vundla cannot believe their tiny prince is a whole four years old already. Time is flying by but they couldn’t be more proud of the awesome lil guy he is turning out to be.
Sibabalwe turned four on Wednesday, 22 September, 2021. Tshepi took to social media with a clip filled with memories from the past four years, wishing her baby boy a happy birthday, reported Youth Village.
Tshepi couldn’t have asked for a better tiny human. Sibabalwe is her entire world and she cannot wait to see what the next four years have in store.
Happy belated birthday precious boy!
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Fans, friends, family and fellow celebs took to the comment section of Tshepi’s post to wish Sibabalwe a happy birthday. This lil guy is SO loved!
“Happy birthday Siba.”
@lootlove2 wished Siba:
“Aaaaaw! Happy Birthday Siba! ❤️”
@melzinbala sweetly said:
“A vibe, a mood - happy birthday to lil man!! ❤️”
“The most respectful kid I’ve ever met. You’re doing a great job Tsheps. Happy birthday Siba.”
“HAPPY BIRTHDAY Siba... Such a happy child.”
Tshepi Vundla gets dragged for tone-deaf comment about ‘broke girls’
After making a comment about women who supposedly need men to do things for them, Tshepi Vundla found herself dodging bullets on the Twitter streets, reported Briefly News.
The well-known personality was on a YouTube podcast called On The Table where she engaged in a conversation with the host Tshepi Mabs and two other women, namely DJ Black Velvet and church girl and the ghost lady.
ZALebs reports that among the topics discussed was that of women who comment or post "SBWL" ("sayibaweli", which means to crave in Xhosa). Tshepi called these women out and claimed they want these extravagant things from men and should focus on doing it themselves.
"Where are your parents, can't you buy these things for yourself, but you expect men to do these things for you.”