Too cute: Ntando Duma shares adorable video of baby Sbahle singing

Too cute: Ntando Duma shares adorable video of baby Sbahle singing

- Ntando Duma and Sbahle are becoming quite the popular social media pair

- Ntando took to Instagram to share the sweetest video of her daughter singing an India Arie song

- Mzansi social media users and her celebrity friends could not get over how smart and cute the toddler is

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Ntando Duma has once again shared an adorable video of her daughter Sbahle. The tiny tot was singing a famous India Arie song and the little one clearly has some talent.

Ntando had asked the little girl why she cut her hair. The sweet tot answered by singing the famous lines: "I am not my hair, I am not my skin" by US singer India Arie.

The proud Ntando pointed out that it was one of her favourite songs so clearly Sbahle has been paying attention.

Social media users could not get over how smart and how adorable Sbahle was in the footage. Fellow celebs flooded her mentions to shout-out the cutie. Ukhozi FM DJ Lady D Khoza said:

"Ncooh she is so cute uSbahle - I love the new look."

Celeste Ntuli shared laughing emoticons while Shekinah said:

"Agh! Too cute."
Too cute: Ntando Duma shares adorable video of baby Sbahle singing
Ntando Duma and her daughter Sbahle are becoming social media favourites. Image: @dumantando
Source: Instagram previously reported that Ntando Duma and her daughter Sbahle have a relationship that has endeared their faithful followers. The doting mommy took to social media to share that Sbahle had asked for a "Zozi haircut" and she delivered. She took to social media to tell fans that the bundle of joy had been begging for the haircut so she gave it to her.

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In other news, Cassper Nyovest is clearly super excited about his upcoming album, but it seems his mother is even more excited. The rapper has been amping up his fans to the September release.

He recently revealed that his mom has finally given his music her stamp of approval. She apparently never liked it before due to the strong language

He said:

"My mom heard me play this record I made last night. She came to me and said "wa gola yanong neh" meaning you're growing up now. Then she says "Now I can listen to your music myself". I laughed it off but I was HYPE AF!!! THIS ALBUM IS GONNA BE ONE FOR THE BOOKS".

The rapper seemed genuinely pleased that his mother loved his project. Social media users are just as hyped for the album.

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