Ntando Duma tells parenting gurus to keep opinions to themselves

Ntando Duma tells parenting gurus to keep opinions to themselves

- Ntando Duma is a phenomenal momma to her precious princess Sbahle Mzizi

- Sharing a clip of Sbahle learning how to bake opened a can of worms Ntando was never expecting

- Peeps accused Ntando of robbing Sbahle of her heritage by teaching her English and she set them straight swiftly

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!

Ntando Duma has reached her limit with online parenting gurus trying to tell her how to raise her baby girl.

While there are right and wrong ways to do things, when it comes to parenting, there are many variations of what right is.

Briefly.co.za knows what a phenomenal momma Ntando is to her princess Sbahle Mzizi.

For a three-year-old, Sbhale knows a lot more than you would expect and has stolen the hearts of many already.

Ntando Duma tells parenting gurus to keep opinions to themselves

Ntando Duma tells parenting gurus to keep opinions to themselves
Source: Instagram

Sharing a clip of Sbahle learning how to bake, Ntando never thought she would get the comments that she did.

Where once did she ask for parenting advice?!

READ ALSO: Reebok responds to AKA’s serious and public SneAKA accusations

It seemed that this adorable baking clip rubbed some the wrong way. Hearing Sbahle speak mostly English is the first thing that didn’t go down well, and Ntando couldn’t care less.

Ntando shut down the haters swiftly by letting them know that Sbahle can speak a total of six of the official languages, not just English. Ishu!

"She knows Zulu very well. And a bit of these languages too."

Reaching her breaking point, Ntando lashed out at a troll accusing her of stealing Sbahle’s culture away from her by teaching her English.

Ntando simply told the troll to birth their own kid and raise it how they want to and leave her and hers alone!

"I hear you. But I don’t think it’s any of your business how a parent chooses to raise a child."
"Give birth to your own child and do what you see fit. I thank you."

Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!

Source: Briefly.co.za

Mailfire view pixel