- Ntando Duma and her baby daddy, Junior De Rocka, served Mzansi co-parenting goals this past weekend
- Ntando took to social media to gush about her baby daddy after he sent her gifts and flowers on Mothers' Day
- The two celebs have a three-year-old daughter together, Sbahle Mzizi
Ntando Duma and her baby daddy Junior De Rocka served Mzansi with co-parenting goals on Mothers' Day.
The actress and TV presenter took to social media to gush about Junior after he showered her with gifts and flowers on the special day.
Ntando and the hip-hop DJ may be separated but they seem to be doing a good job of raising their cute daughter, Sbahle Mzizi, together.
Ntando shared a pic of the gifts and flowers on Instagram. She captioned the post:
"I honestly never expect to be 'repaid' for playing my role and taking care of responsibilities as a mother to my daughter but thank you to the father of my child for showing appreciation and kindness. So thoughtful. So beautiful. And a big thank you to my Fatty Monroe @sbahlemzizi for choosing me to be your mother, I love you so much. Happy Mothers' Day bo MOMzin."
Her friends and fans also praised Junior for his loving gesture.
"This is so sweet, thank you @juniorderocka, what you just did shows the level of respect you have for @dumantando. This is beautiful."
"Wow such a thoughtful and appreciative father, you deserve it mama Sbahle."
"You are doing a great job. You make motherhood look easy, but it's not that easy. Mothers are powerful special beings. Happy Mothers' Day."
"This is sooo lovely. He did well."
"So beautiful and shows a lot of maturity."
Briefly.co.za has reported that Ntando had to once again defend her daughter against an online troll.
She had shared a cute video where Sbahle lists the names of the days of the week as well as all of the months. Most people were impressed with how cute and smart Sbahle is. However, one peep wasn't impressed with the little girl not speaking her own language. Ntando responded and made it clear that she wasn't about to entertain haters and their negative vibes.
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