Arthur Mafokate pens a beautiful and touching shout-out to his dad

Arthur Mafokate pens a beautiful and touching shout-out to his dad

- Arthur Mafokate is known for being the doting father who can't stop praising his children

- Recently, he changed things up a bit and dedicated a post on social media to his father

- Arthur said the post was a tribute to his dad, who is his hero

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Kwaito musician and producer, Arthur Mafokate, is regularly gushing over his children and is known for having only love and praise for them.

He decided to take a moment and focus on someone else for a change - his hero.

In a touching and raw message, Arthur praised his father and told him that he loves him.

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Briefly.co.za noticed that Arthur said his father would probably be upset with the message (likely because of all the admiration and gushing). He also said he wanted to pay tribute to his father while he is still alive, and talked about the struggles his dad faced and still faces.

Part of his post read:

"Please note this is not an open letter to any political leader, it’s just a son’s tribute to his hero. I know my dad is going to blame me for this post, but I had to do whilst he is still alive. Well done Daddy for continuing to silently fly the SA FLAG internationally.
"In Soweto, you are called “Malume” because there is no corner in Soweto where people that love animals and Malume Enos is not known. But each time he asks for help from some leaders, he is treated shabbily by some and others love his work but not in high positions of power, sometimes I lock myself in my room and just helplessly cry on his behalf because he always expects me to help him.
"We love you undying spirit Ntate Mafokate!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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