- An adorable little girl has gone viral on Mzansi social media for all the right reasons
- She was filmed asking her mother, Tanya Junghans, to burn impepho and the moment captured Saffas' hearts
- Social media users were happy to see that despite raising her daughter in Switzerland, Tanya is still teaching her daughter South African ways
Kids really do bring joy to our lives. A sweet video has gone viral online showing a little girl asking her mom to burn impepho.
The proud mom, Tanya Junghans, shared the clip on her Twitter page on Wednesday. Tanya and her family live in Switzerland but Saffas were happy to see that she is still instilling the African roots in her child.
She captioned the post:
"The good Sis asking me to burn impepho."
Take a look at video below:
South Africans could not get over how adorable the little girl is and they flooded the comment section with their views.
Karabo Mokgoko, @Karabo_Mokgoko, commented:
"Is nunukins a chakra hun or she likes watching things burn? Oh my her dads genes has overtaken the queen’s pronouncing."
Another tweep, @MabaleeZeebee, added:
"Message received! God bless our CIC. May the ancestors khanyisela everything in her life."
Kagiso Phokane, @iamkagi_styles, wrote:
"My question is where you even find it there??"
Malehloenya Tsoaeli, @iTsoaeli, said:
"Please ask Nunukins what the powerball is and if she can just throw random numbers your way (for me). Thank you."
Twitter user, @ChumieMatte_, commented:
"She can sense uba there's something wrong with the world and instead of telling us that, she is giving us solutions. Love her."
Meanwhile, another adorable kid won over Mzansi with a video. Briefly.co.za reported 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 master.
"Teddie said to me this afternoon that he wanted to make me happy by signing me a song. In ZULU. He’s only 5. Love him to bits, very proud grandad," wrote Teddie's grandpa.
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