- Tall Ass Mo and Mome Mahlangu's baby girl Khumo knows a thing or two about social media
- Taking a walk down memory lane, Mome took Khumo to the place where she had her first birthday
- The “secret garden" wowed Khumo and she made it clear to her mom that the secret was not to be shared on 'the gram'
Tall Ass Mo and Mome Mahlangu's baby girl Khumo is just the cutest! Khumo is hella bright and knows a thing or two about social media already.
Kids have such beautiful imaginations and Khumo did not want her secrets to be shared on ‘the gram’.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Khumo gave Mome a lesson on sharing thing on social media when she tried to expose her “secret garden" on Instagram.
Mome took Khumo to the "secret garden" where she once had her first birthday party and baby girl was shook.
Khumo was blown away by the beauty of the “secret garden" and couldn’t believe something like it actually exists.
"I don't remember this place, I have no idea what this place is called. Oh yeah - it's called a secret place. Wow, it's actually a secret and a garden. I'm shocked! No wonder they call it a secret garden."
Giving Mome the DL on social media, Khumo asked her nicely not to share this on social media because she didn’t want the "secret garden" people to start "hating" for revealing their special spot to the world.
"Mom, whatever you do, don't post it on Instagram because we are not allowed to tell anybody the secret. People will start hating me for what I did and I don't want people to hate me!"
Momma’s thing! She is too precious!
In other news, when Khumo was just four she became an entrepreneur. Khumo Mahlangu is the little woman behind the Tiny Huggs children's beauty range. The entrepreneur started a website that was originally only for videos of her adorable self but soon grew into something much bigger.
Tiny Huggs offers beauty products like body sprays, bath salts and balms for children who want to smell good. The range also includes face creams that treat eczema.
The brains behind the children's beauty range is Khumo Mahlangu, so its playful flavours and scents come as no surprise - marshmallow and berry, among others.
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