Mzansi is beaming with bright South African celebrity kids, who already have a huge social media following.
Celebrity children worldwide are becoming just as fabulous and famous as their parents, if not more, thanks to social media.
Celebs like Kim Kardashian-West have opted to build their kid’s brands from a young age to prepare them for a life of fame and fortune. Not as if they wont hand their riches down.
Mzansi celebs are just the same. Briefly.co.za compiled a list of five little local celebs who already have a huge following on the gram.
1. Kairo Forbes
Kairo Forbes is privileged to have two very successful parents, her mom being the award-winning DJ Zinhle and her talented muso dad, AKA. Kairo already has a verified Instagram account with more than 777 000 followers. But little Kairo only follows a handful of people back, three to be exact, AKA, DJ Zinhle and her glammy, Lynn Forbes, who manages her Instagram account.
2. Sbahle Mzizi
Sbahle Mzizi is the daughter of TV personality, Ntando Duma. She has amassed an impressive 364 000 followers. Sbahle is so adorable and super smart, just like her mom.
3. Kenzie Bala
Kenzie Bala is the daughter of gospel singer, Loyiso Bala who racked up 21.2k followers on Instagram. She's very active with her fans.
4. Simba Pride Kion
Kay Sibiya’s son, Simba Pride Kion’s Instagram page is filled with adorable snaps of his cute outfits, as well as snaps of his parents.
He is only four months old but already has more than 9400 followers. Of course his account is private, parents orders.
5. Emma Sadiki
Local actress Innocent Sadiki’s daughter, Emma, also has her own Instagram account, which boasts a more than 3760 followers. She shares family snaps and basically anything that interests her.
About a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA was graced by the sweetest presence on Saturday at his big #akaorchestraethekwini concert – his baby girl Kairo pulled through to show daddy her support.
The AKA Orchestra eThekwini concert was the talk of the town last week. AKA and DJ Tira took time to hype the people of Durban up and it turned out to be a great success.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Kairo came to Durban to support not only her daddy but her momma, DJ Zinhle, too.
Zinhle was one of the artists on the line-up for the #akaorchestraethekwini, so it was only fitting that princess Kairo made an appearance.
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