Warren Masemola teases Mzansi with hints of his baby's gender

Warren Masemola teases Mzansi with hints of his baby's gender

- Warren Masemola has dropped a hint in his gender reveal post on social media

- About a month ago he teased South Africa with a hint that he and his wife are expecting

- Social media users were overjoyed at the news

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Around a month ago Warren Masemola dropped a hint that he and his wife were expecting a baby. He posted a bible verse on social media.

"For this child I prayed and the lord has granted the desires of my hear. 1 Samuel 1:27."

Briefly.co.za learned that he is at it again, dropping a cryptic hint which has South Africans scratching their heads, trying to guess that it means what they think it means.

Masemola posted painting by Nelson Makamo on social media of a painting of a boy, with mainly blue colours according to ZAlebs.

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This has led to social media users to speculate that Masemola is expecting a boy.

amahle.vibrates: "Oh how spectacular! Congratulations again, Warren."

nwisewise: " BEST REVEAL"

lorato_simango: "Congratulations "

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that there is a whole list of Mzansi celebs who are expecting babies and those who have already had babies in 2020 – it is undoubtedly the year of babies in the world of SA celebs.

Becoming a parent is one of life's greatest blessings. Welcoming your precious bundle into the world is a feeling that can never be explained or replaced.

Briefly.co.za has been overwhelmed by the cuteness our Mzansi celebs have brought us with all the baby and bump pictures, and the best part is, there is so much more to come.

Zola Nombona, Thomas Gumded, Cici, Takkies and Andile Mpisane are just some who have already welcomed their tiny blessings into the world and wowed us with their cuteness.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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