Mzansi singer Anatii sends a sweet birthday shout-out to his mom

Mzansi singer Anatii sends a sweet birthday shout-out to his mom

South African singer, Anatii sent a sweet birthday shout-out to his mom, on social media a day ago.

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You're never too old to say thank you and appreciate everything that your parents have done for you. It's alsos not every day that we take the time out to really appreciate our parents, but Mzansi singer, Anatii made he sure he made time to wish his mama a happy birthday.

The singer took to social media a day ago, and posted a beautiful and happy pic of his mom with the sweet shout-out to her on her birthday.

He wrote: "Happy birthday Ma! More life, more blessings!. Ndiyakuthanda Mama!"

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Anathi Bhongo Mnyango, who is well known for his stage name, Anatii, is a singer, songwriter and record producer.

He was born in Eastern Cape and began his musical journey at the age of 16. He received his first major SA placement with L-Tido for the song, When It Rains. But the muso rocketed to fame in 2016 with the release of his debut album, Artiifact.

Anatii grew in his music career to be a great asset to this country. He received three SA Hip Hop Awards: 2 in 2015 for Best Music Video for The Saga ft AKA and Best Collaboration for The Saga ft AKA and the third award in 2017 for Best Collaboration for 10 Fingers ft AKA and Anatii, among many other awards.

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Six months ago, reported that Bonang, Anatii and David Tlale jetted off to New York for fashion week.

David launched his new line with a unique street runway show. The three lived their best life and experienced all that NY had to offer.

They represented Mzansi at New Yorks’ infamous fashion week while they are there.

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Source: Briefly News

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