Nandi Madida posts her and Zakes Batwini's son chilling at his farm

Nandi Madida posts her and Zakes Batwini's son chilling at his farm

- Nandi Madida and Zakes Batwini bought their son a farm when he was only one year old

- The pair are serious about building a bright future for him while he is still young

- Nandi recently posted a snap of him on the farm that had her followers all in their feelings

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Nandi Madida and Zakes Batwini's adorable 3-year-old son already has his own farm.

The singer posted a beautiful video of him where he can be heard saying, "This is from my farm, yeah, that's my farm."

The cute boy then starts to sing the 'Old McDonald had a farm' song.

The star, who rarely blesses her followers with pictures and videos of her children, melted their hearts by sharing the video.

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Nandi revealed that she bought her son land as his birthday gift and have since built a farm, where he grows amadumbe, which is also known as 'potato of the tropics'.

In the picture and accompanying video, Shaka was all smiles and certainly looked very proud of his amadumbe.

Nandi wrote, "These are my son, Shaka's, amadumbe from his farm in KZN. It has always been a dream of mine (and my ancestors) that, one day, when I have children, that they have their own farms and generational wealth that aligns with all things good and Godly. That they can pass on to their own children and so on and, most importantly, share with the village. My son does (this) with the help of my incredible mother and the inspiring farm workers."

Last month, Briefly.co.za reported that Nandi and Zakes were spending quality time at home with their two kids during lockdown, which her birthday fell on.

They also shared cute videos of themselves bonding as a couple.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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