Kairo Owethu Forbes is turning five today. The little Instagram influencer has reached one million followers on the photo-sharing app. Cute Kairo is growing so fast and she's business-minded just like her daddy and mommy.
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Briefly.co.za explores five quick facts about the young Kairo, who is definitely on her way to stardom herself. Judging by the whopping number followers she has on her social media accounts, Mzansi peeps adore the little star in the making.
She is the daughter of Mzansi's award-winning rapper AKA and club DJ and musician DJ Zinhle. Although they have split, both of them still play a major role in her life. The two stars usually share snaps when having a quality time with Kairo on their social media accounts.
2. Instagram account
Kairo's account on the popular social media app is managed by her grandmother, Lynn Forbes. She usually shares what she is up to during the day and her business ventures with her fans.
3. Business ventures
Kairo and her mommy recently launched their own stylish women's and kiddies' face masks. The masks are available online by pre-order as they're selling like hotcakes. Since they were launched about a week ago, they have sold out twice.
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Kairo is not just business-minded, she is also selfless. The star will be donating 100 kiddies' masks to a lucky school. She has proved that she is not just happy about having a healthy following on social media but she cares about her fans as well.
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Kairo took to her Instagram page at the beginning of May to let her fans know that she has started homeschooling amid the Covid-19 pandemic. She said she was lucky because her Glammy is a real teacher.
She shared with her fans how she spent her first day of her second school term at home. Kairo reckoned homeschooling was different but "so much fun".
"Today I started Term 2 of my Grade 00 school year at home! We started the day with our daily class zoom meeting and I was very happy to see my teacher and all my friends."
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