Minnie Dlamini-Jones gets emotional wishing her big bro happy birthday

Minnie Dlamini-Jones gets emotional wishing her big bro happy birthday

- Minnie Dlamini-Jones wished her eldest brother a happy 40th birthday with much love and pride

- Sibalukhulu just turned 40 and Minnie couldn’t be more proud of the amazing man he has become - he is her OG

- While wishing him, Minnie got a bit emotional regarding their youngest and late brother Khosini, but assured Sibalukhulu they would party after lockdown

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Minnie Dlamini-Jones is sad that she can’t be with her big brother today on his birthday but that wasn’t stopping her from celebrating his existence.

Family is very important to Minnie – there is nothing she wouldn’t do for any member of her tribe.

Briefly.co.za knows that Minnie has gone through a lot since her youngest brother passed, but one thing that has always gotten her through is her family and she is eternally grateful for everything they do.

Minnie’s eldest brother Sibalukhulu just turned 40 and she couldn’t be more proud of the amazing man he has become.

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Taking to social media to wish Sibalukhulu a happy birthday, Minnie poured her heart out, expressing her pride and love as well as reminding him that their late brother Khosini is always with them.

Minnie let her big bro know that when lockdown is over, it is party time! She really is the sweetest sister ever.

Happy birthday big bro!

“Happy Birthday Sibalukhulu, I couldn’t have asked for a better big brother and manager. You’ve always taken care of me and I’m soooo happy I still get to do this life thing with you. My OG I love you more than words ❤ Happy 40th and know that K is always with us. @mapreezy After lockdown... PS This is my favourite picture of my favourite men.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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