- Thuli and Touch are parents to Ruri
- They broke things off in 2010, but have made the decision to co-parent for the benefit of their son
- A recent video shows how positive these two are to each other
Thuli Thabethe and Tbo Touch model co-parenting after a breakup like it’s a walk in the park.
After a six year relationship, and a child, the two parted ways in 2010, but seem to have made the choice to stay united when it comes to raising their son.
A recent video highlighted just one of many examples of Touch’s respect for his baby mama and the caption explained:
“Just popped by to say hi to Ruri and mom. Life too short. Bring laughter than tears”
There are so many examples of Touch’s affection for his former flame, as well as hers for him.
On her birthday this year, Touch sang her praises, tweeting a birthday message that smacked of appreciation for who she is in his life. In his tweet, he thanked her for his “lifetime gift”. In our article at the time, Briefly.co.za shared how he took to social media to share this sweet message to his “friend” on her birthday.
Although she hasn’t reciprocated, this year, last year Thuli was not to be undone and sent a super-sweet birthday message to Touch, calling him “profound” and wishing him a happy birthday.
Co-parenting is hard after a break-up but there is no doubt that amicable is better for everyone in the long run. There is no doubt that Thuli and Touch are giving Ruri all they possibly can, and all he could ever need with their positive approach to parenting together – despite the breakup.
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