DJ Sbu and his daughter are setting parenting goals

DJ Sbu and his daughter are setting parenting goals

Five-year-old Warathwa Leope is the luckiest daughter on the planet and is blessed with a dad that loves her to distraction and spoils her constantly.

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DJ Sbu's life was changed forever with the birth of his daughter, giving his life a greater meaning and makes him want to be a better person, it was her that inspired him to go back to school.

"I'm not a perfect human being but she makes me want to become perfect. She makes me want to do things better. She makes me want to become a better brother, a better leader. She makes me want to... she made me make the decision to go back to school."

Briefly.co.za learned that DJ Sbu was raised by his stepfather gave DJ Sbu the right direction in life, he was taught what it means to be a father and wants to do the same for his daughter according to zalebs.co.za.

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He wants to give his daughter everything she needs to become successful and it is driving him to leave his family a legacy that will support his daughter and his grandchildren.

Besides being an awesome dad, the two are so cute together and takes every opportunity to share their special moments with his fans on social media.

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