- The River actress, Linda Mtoba, continued her boasting about her newborn on social media
- However this time the actress shared the brutal truth about the way newborns look after birth
- Linda said both she and her husband were in agreement that their bundle of joy was not cute as a newborn but has slowly grown into her own now, and is absolutely adorable
Mzansi actress, Linda Mtoba, took to social media to share a brutally honest opinion about her new-born child. Turns out that she also has a really good sense of humour too.
In a recent Twitter thread, Linda became more relatable to her fans than ever. Linda shared the same sentiments as many people who feel newborn babies are not cute but eventually grow into themselves as days pass by.
According to OkMzansi, the actress shared how she and her hubby had laughed about their new bundle of joy not being the cutest soon after birth.
“Yhu also how ugly are newborns. Like fresh out the box ububi. I was prepared for it but wow when you see it live” tweeted Linda.
Linda joked that even her mother had also warned her, revealing that she wasn’t cute either when she was born.
“I thought my mom was exaggerating how ugly I was, I totally get it now. My husband and I were roasting our daughter.”
But Linda ended her hilarious thread sharing that her daughter had grown into herself and is now the cutest baby. Linda also mentioned that her daughter looks like her dad and his side of the family, and nothing like her.
Meanwhile, a week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that since the arrival of her daughter earlier this month, Linda Mtoba, has been gushing over her new-born.
Linda has kept her fans in the loop during every step of her pregnancy by posting snaps of her baby bump. But Linda only revealed that her little princess was here a week after her baby girl was born.
The actress also shared a stern warning to her followers on Twitter that she would block them instantly if they didn’t like her boasting about her bundle of joy in excess.
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