Julius Malema's son celebrates his birthday: "My first born is turning 12 today"

Julius Malema's son celebrates his birthday: "My first born is turning 12 today"

On Monday, Julius Malema took to social media to share photographs of his son, who recently turned 12-years-old.

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The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader took to Instagram to gush about his son, Ratanang, who turned 12.

The first post he shared was on Sunday night, followed by two more on Monday morning.

"My firstborn is turning 12 today; nothing can replace the firstborn. Happy Birthday Mr inquisitive," he captioned the first snap.

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Malema went on to explain how fast his son was growing up, adding he is scared of becoming a grandfather.

Juju wrote, "12 and still going strong, I'm terrified of becoming a grandfather."

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Finally, Malema posted a photo of his son enjoying a chocolate cake, with the caption: "Kuku ya Rati, thank you Mommy dearest @mantoa_m."

South Africans congratulated Malema on his son's birthday following his posts.

Social media user nolitha.mahlutshana wrote, "He is sooooo cute...happy birthday to him."
Another Instagram user, vista_manaka, added: "Blessed birthday to Rati wa malome Bayota."

According to The Citizen, Malema and a woman from Sunnyside, Pretoria, had Ratanang together. Aside from Ratanang, Juju has two children with his wife, Mantwa Matlala.

Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported Juju and his wifey welcomed another boy, whom they named Kopano.

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