- Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to share some of his greatest news this year
- The Amademoni hitmaker is going to be a dad to a baby boy
- Some tweeps have assumed that his baby mama is Thobeka Majozi
Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to share his good news. The Amademoni hitmaker has revealed that he is going to be a father.
The rapper even revealed the gender of his baby. Cass said he is excited about being a father to "a beautiful baby boy".
The star also announced that he will drop a new album on 11 September. The album cover is an actual scan of his son in his mother's womb, said Cassper.
"I'm going to be a father any minute now so I decided to name my album #AMN (Any Minute Now). The album cover is an actual scan of my son in his beautiful mother's womb. Excited about this album but I'm more excited about being a dad to a beautiful baby boy. #AMN drops September 11th."
Mufasa's fans have had mixed feelings about the news that he is going to be a father. Some tweeps believe him but others think that he is lying about being a dad in order to promote the album.
"About you being a father... I think it's a lie."
"Lol I also think its a lie in terms of an actual human being. The 'baby' is an actual album. It's metaphorical."
"Ah this is so beautiful. Congratulations Cassper."
"Congratulations bro. Now the Family Tree branches are expanding."
According to some tweeps, Cass' baby mama is Thobeka Majozi. The ultrasound scan that Cass tweeted also has Thobeka's name on it.
"Thobeka Majozi is mommy bear, I found her."
Cassper's ex girlfriend, Boity, has also congratulated him.
"This is so beautiful!!" she said.
Briefly.co.za reported that Dr Malinga and his wife, Boitumelo, welcomed their twin boys into the world about a month ago. The musician took to social media to share his good news with the rest of Mzansi.
We hope that Cass will join the list of Mzansi celeb dads who continue to make fatherhood look so cool. Mufasa's arch-rival AKA is one of the new-age dads who doesn't forget to spend some of his time with his daughter, Kairo.
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