- Cassper Nyovest couldn't be happier that he chose to have a baby with Thobeka Majozi
- Seeing Thobeka with his son has changed Cassper as a man and made him love her even more
- Cassper feels that he could not have picked a better mother than Thobeka if he tried
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Cassper Nyovest feels that he couldn’t have chosen a better momma for his baby boy. Thobeka Majozi has our guy and his little guy feeling all kinds of content, and we love it!
There really is no moment like the moment when you actually become parents. No amount of advice or explanation can explain the feeling, and it is very different for each couple.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Cassper has only fallen more in love with Thobeka watching her with their little prince. Seeing his bae become a mother is something Cassper cannot put into words.
Thobeka was born on 12 October 1992, in Mahikeng – Cassper’s hometown. She has a degree from Durban University of Technology which she completed in 2016. Her and Cassper started seeing one another back in 2018 and rumour has it that Cassper even started the labola process, but no one knows exactly what happened there.
Welcoming their son into the world changed Cassper and Thobeka’s lives in a way they could have never imagined. These two are in awe of their boy and nothing could knock them off their baby cloud.
Taking to social media, Cassper let the world know just how much he appreciates Thobeka and what a phenomenal mother she already is. Cass is hella happy with the woman he chose to mother his boy.
“I feel secure, I think I picked the perfect mother - Egyptian Cotton. #AnyMinuteNow”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi Mhlongo will literally find any reason to party. Cassper Nyovest is about to become a father and Somizi took the opportunity to throw a little party. We have to agree with Somizi though, this is definitely something worth celebrating.
Becoming a parent is a great blessing, but the focus is generally all on mom and baby. Seeing nappy braai’s and parties being thrown for the father-to-be is a nice little change that has occurred in the past couple of years.
Somizi took it upon himself as Cassper’s bestie to throw him a little "Dadchelor party". Somizi is so excited that his friend is about to become father as he knows the blessing it is to have a little human of your own.
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