- Proud father, Clement Maosa, upheld the traditional value of not revealing his son to the world for his first three months
- Now that the time is over, the Skeem Saam actor could not resist sharing the first official snap of his son to his fans
- His social media followers were excited to see the special father-and-son moment caught on camera
Another Mzansi celeb has joined the bandwagon of proud new parents to share snaps of their new-born babies this year.
Actor Clement Maosa and his fiancée shared the news that they were expecting their first child together in August. Since the baby’s birth, Clement and his bae have embraced their role of new parents, making it look so effortless.
When Clement’s baby boy was born, fans were teased with an adorable snap of the actor’s and son’s hand only.
Clement decided to keep to his traditional values, which state that a newborn should only be introduced to the world after three months.
Now that the three months are over, Clement shared a cute photo of him holding his son with a beautiful caption.
He wrote: "Today 3 months ago a King was born, a blessing that changed our lives for good. There is a lot I probably could say about this journey, what it means to me, but that’s a story for another day because words fail me, for now we are just celebrating this milestone still we keep learning. This here in the frame is love personified. Touch my blood mfanaka. ❤️ We are growing! #ASoldier #FirstHigh5 #LikeFatherLikeSon"
Clement's post gathered 40.1k likes and 282 comments. Here are some of the comments from his post:
iammulo: "He is doing the pouncing cat."
keith_tumi_malaxzone: "Congratulations Bafo."
fionnnwabie: "Soooooo cute ❤️❤️❤️"
shibeivy: "High five daddy ❤️"
petutaylortyson: "Congratulations daddy Clement kwaito ❤️"
king_nomasinya: "Aybo 3 months already?❤️ Ukhula masinya ubaby mahn"
Meanwhile, four months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that South African actor, Clement Maosa, known for his work in popular TV show, Skeem Saam, shared an amazing achievement with Mzansi.
The local celeb summitted Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, on a climb organised by the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the Sowetan LIVE reported.
The epic ascent raised money for a great cause; providing sanitary pads to underprivileged girls.
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