- Siv Ngesi has taken to social media to share an update on the baby girl he rescued in 2019
- The star found the little girl abandoned in a bush and took her in
- Siv, who found the child in an unhealthy condition, has recently told tweeps that the girl is healthy and thriving
Actor Siv Ngesi has taken to social media to give an update on the baby girl he rescued from a bush.
The TV personality found the abandoned baby in April 2019. She was not in a good condition but was still a happy baby.
OkMzansi reports that Siv and the baby have been going strong since then.
He tweeted in 2019:
"I met this little princess this weekend , she was left in the bushes by her 'mother' and she was eaten by insects/animals! But she smiles and laughs nonstop, she stole my heart."
Ngesi recently took to Twitter to give Mzansi an update on the little angel.
"She is healthy and thriving."
The publication reports that it is unclear if Siv has adopted the baby as his own but he has made sure to be the support and parent that every child deserves.
Mzansi tweeps have praised the star for rescuing and taking care of the girl.
"Thank you for saving her Siv. We need men like you."
"We need man like you in this country."
"Thank you. You are the hero the world needs ! If you need any financial help to look after her maybe post some bank details I’m sure people will be happy to contribute. So so happy people like you exist. Thank you sir!"
In other news related to Siv, Briefly.co.za reported that the star defended Mmusi Maimane for seemingly mocking President Cyril Ramaphosa on social media. A social media user called Maimane "a total chop" after Siv shared pics of him and Maimane clowning around with face masks.
A few weeks ago, Ramaphosa struggled to put his mask on correctly, it ended up covering his face and eyes instead of his nose and mouth.
"That’s unfair... wow! If you saw what he is doing and the number of humans he is feeding daily! This comment made me sad."
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