Atandwa Kani's wife recently graduated from the prestigious New York University (NYU) and he could not be prouder.
Kani, who played a younger King T'Chaka in the hit superhero movie Black Panther, gushed about his wifey, Fikile Kani's graduation from NYU's Tisch School Of The Arts last week.
According to the South African actor, his wife made him believe anything is possible.
Taking to social media, Kani shared the news of his wife's graduation in a video with the caption:
"So proud of her... Fiks You make me believe that anything is possible.. @GradActing".
And, when one tweep commented that he was "hyping" Fikile, he responded by saying she was his inspirations. Aww!
His post received a lot of comments from fans who congratulated his wifey, and who highlighted their favourite moment in his shared video clip.
"To my favourite couple:Congrats @Fiks_SA 4 slaying @GradActing u go girl! ..& to @AtandwaKani 4 being d biggest cheer leader& support system...Whoop Whoop! The best is yet to come. May God grant you the blessings a happy life brings to fill all your days with wonderful things", one tweep wrote.
Another tweep, Busisiwe Ngwenya added, "Congratulations @Fiks_SA . Wow the support from your hubby @AtandwaKani is so amazing".
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