- Rapper Stogie T has showed his fans how much his wife, Babo, means to him
- He shared a lovely video of himself singing a happy birthday song to his bae
- Stogie T asked his fans to keep his wife in their prayers as she is the "most important" person in his life
While other South African rappers are beefing about who's living the best life and dissing each others' parents, veteran rapper Stogie T has decided to share his loving side with his fans.
Stogie has posted a lovey-dovey video of himself and his wife, Babo, as she celebrated her birthday amidst the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
"My best friend was born in March. It’s hard for her to be celebrating life in the midst of all this insecurity about it."
The rapper shared the video of himself and his wife standing near the swimming pool holding balloons, while Stogie T sang Happy Birthday To You to his wife, whom he says is the most important person in his life.
The Pretty Flowers hitmaker asked his fans to keep Babo in their prayers as the coronavirus continued spreading in the country.
"Please keep her in your prayers, she is the most important person in my life. We raise people together, take trips together, quarantine together and hopefully we going to see the post apocalypse together. I Love You Babo. And Another One!!!!!!!!!"
South African award winning rapper Zakwe also wished Babo a happy birthday.
"Happy birthday to the queen."
Stogie's friends and fans also wished Babo a happy birthday.
"Happy Birthday Babongile!!! God bless your family!!!"
"Everyday is worth celebrating. I wish her more days of peace and love."
"Happy birthday queen."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Stogie T has indicated that he will not be collaborating with Riky Rick and Cassper Nyovest in a music project anytime soon.
Stogie T gave a clear 'no' when a social media user asked him about a possible collab with Cassper and Riky.
Meanwhile Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has announced that the number of the coronavirus infections in South Africa has risen to 554. Mkhize was speaking during the interministerial briefing on Tuesday.
He said that the coronavirus pandemic is changing and each nation should adjust accordingly.
Only 402 cases had been confirmed in the country on Monday ahead of President Cyril Ramaphosa's lockdown announcement.
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