- A proud mom recently shared a picture of her adorable little boy dressed up in his traditional Zulu clothes
- Her post was shared in popular Facebook group ImStaying
- Stayers joined the proud mom in celebrating her little boy's cute moment, liking the image over 400 times
Heritage Day is right around the corner. South Africans, who are well-known for their array of traditional and customary attire, will soon be proudly adorning themselves with the clothes that celebrate and signify their heritage.
A proud mom recently started leading the pack after she shared a picture of her little boy dressed from head to toe in his cultural Zulu outfit. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Portia MakaLuh MaNene wrote:
"Because my son is a proud Mzulu. #ImStaying #HeritageMonth"
She also added a pic of the little boy, whom Stayers were soon swooning over. The post received hundreds of likes, shares and comments from Facebookers who clearly loved seeing the young man embracing his culture.
Here are some of their comments.
Nils Heckscher wrote:
"Great to be proud of one’s heritage!"
Beverley Gibson said:
"Bless him he looks gorgeous."
Ann Elizabeth Orton Courtney commented:
"How cute is that!"
While Jay Ollewagen had this to say:
"Very cool. Imagine people sill walked around in these beautiful clothes."
Briefly.co.za also reported about how Master KG's hit song seems to have crept into everyone's heart. Old and young, rich or poor, local and international - people all over have been feeling it. Recently a proud grandfather took to Facebook to share with the world how his grandson Teddie chooses to enjoy the song - by singing it.
In the video, Teddie can be seen with his eyes glued on the TV that is playing the song, waiting patiently to sing along while a baby boy dances around in the background. Teddie, who is only five, sings along to the words, pronouncing them as accurately as he can muster.
"Teddie said to me this afternoon that he wanted to make me happy by singing me a song. In ZULU. He’s only 5. Love him to bits, very proud grandad," wrote Teddie's grandpa. The short clip quickly blew up, receiving over 19 000 views and nearly a hundred likes.
It was also at the receiving end of a ton of comments from Facebookers who thought that Teddie was as cute as a button.
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