Generations actress, Manaka Ranaka, has explained that her children won't call her bae 'step-dad'. According to her, there is no 'step'-anything in black culture, although she added that she stands to be corrected.
Manaka Ranaka is considered one of the most relatable celebs in Mzansi - she's honest and candid and a talented actress to boot.
As reported on by OkMzansi, she recently found herself a new man, with whom she seems to be very happy.
She's often sharing snaps of her and her bae on social media to show her fans how happy she is.
It sounds like her kids are accepting the new man as well, and Manaka doesn't want them to call him 'stepdad'.
Briefly.co.za learnt that according to the actress, black culture has no such thing as a 'step-parent' or 'step-child'.
"In black culture there’s no “step” mom/dad/child..! I do stand to be corrected."
Such a welcoming and loving approach to the relationship between partners and children is truly inspiring.
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