- Simz Ngema and Tino Chinyani have already had their baby boy and kept it a secret
- The couple took to social media to officially introduce the world to their new addition
- Little Tiyani Chinyani was born on 23 June and the couple could not be more grateful for him
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Simphiwe Ngema has revealed that she already gave birth to her baby boy back in June. The actress and her bae Tino Chinyani have finally let Mzansi in on their big secret.
The couple took to social media a month ago to reveal that they were expecting a bundle of joy. A week later, they revealed the gender of the baby and they have now dropped a huge bombshell that they have already given birth. Wow!
The couple shared a video on social media and introduced the world to Tiyani Kemorena Michael Chinyani.
The doting couple have even gone as far as to launch a clothing brand named after the boy titled Tiyani Afrika.
Taking to Instagram, Simz shared:
“On the 23rd of June 2020 we gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, Tiyani Kemorena Michael Chinyani and this ladies and gentlemen is his legacy. @tiyani_afrika clothing brand"
Social media users congratulated the beautiful couple on their new addition. Insta user gina_mekgwe said:
"I love this! Give it to us small small mama, we can't stomach all this at once."
"I think I've watched this 50 times."
"You got a good family & friends. Keep them close. It's rare nowadays to hold a secret. Congrats."
"Talk about keeping a secret, y'all are probably even married."
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In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that actress Zenande Mfenyana has confirmed that she has given birth to her bundle of joy. This comes after months of speculation as the media personality left her fans on read when they asked her about when the baby was due.
The proud mommy recently took to social media to share her parenting experience. The starlet said that she did not know that she could use both her hands efficiently until she had a daughter.
"I didn’t know I was ambidextrous till I had my daughter... I also didn’t know that I can do soooo many things with one hand, and don’t get me started on being fully functional on such little sleep. Amazing. Being a mother is magical."
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