- Prince Kaybee's girlfriend, Brown Mbombo recently shared a funny response she got from her son when she told she had period pains
- Many of her fans were surprised that the beauty, who is also Blue Mbombo's sister, even had a son
- Briefly.co.za dug through Brown's Instagram to find pics of the super-cute little chap, who evidently loves to spend time with his mommy
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Prince Kaybee's girlfriend, Brown Mbombo, recently shared a funny story that she experienced with her son. The beauty's little boy had a hilarious response to her complaints of period pains.
Blue tweeted, "The other day I told my son have period pains. (That) boy legit said, 'Mommy, I have tooth period pains too'."
Some fans were surprised that Brown even had a son as she keeps him mostly off of social media. However, Briefly.co.za was able to dig up a couple of adorable snaps of the little guy on Brown's Instagram page. He is the spitting image of his mommy and a very handsome little chap.
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Prince Kaybee and Blue went public with their relationship last year. They started off by exchanging cute messages on each other's social media.
Kaybee then made it official by posting pictures of him and Brown on his social media account. The smittend and loved-up pair make an extremely stylish and good-looking couple.
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Mzansi was still not satisfied after DJ Maphorisa cleaned up his kitchen. The star's posted another picture of his kitchen looking spotless, and even added SMEG items.
However, Twitter trolls were still not happy. Phori had previously come under fire for posting a picture with dirty dishes in the sink of, what some called, a small kitchen.
The star eventually caved in to social media pressure and cleaned up, plus bought new (and expensive) kitchenware. After Maphorisa endured yet another round of criticism, DJ Shimza let Phori know that tweeps will never be satisfied, so he should just let them be.
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