- A young photographer, Junior Dlamini, has taken to social media to share a stunning image of his baby mama in traditional attire
- Junior's baby mama can be seen wearing Imvunnulo, an outfit worn by people of the Zulu heritage
- He shared the image to Facebook group #ImStaying and the comments section is packed with positivity
September marks Heritage Month in South Africa and everyone has their own way of celebrating this significant occasion. A young photographer originating from KZN and now residing in Gauteng decided to share images of his stunning baby mama in traditional attire.
Junior Dlamini shared a breathtaking picture of his baby mama to Facebook group, #ImStaying earlier today. The stunning woman can be seen wearing the traditional attire - Imvunulo. Imvunulo is sacred to the Zulu culture.
The outfit is generally worn during the Imvunulo dance which is performed by an individual to display their traditional attire. The post was warmly received by Stayers who reacted to the image over 1 000 times at the time of Briefly.co.za's viewing.
The over 100 comments are filled with proud South Africans. Here's what some people had to say:
Sanny N'waXilumani Yingwani wrote:
"Soooooo beautiful. Wooow. I love how the colours are coordinated."
Lynne Lee Sithoe said:
"It's time to wife her up or I will take her away from you."
Amogelang Mathamela commented:
"I am proudly moTswana, but I am obsessed with the Zulu traditional attire. I've even planned to buy myself the accessories and rock them until December."
Iebanks Matlou added:
"Beautiful baby mama, God bless."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a stunning woman who shared images of herself in traditional Zulu attire. An absolutely stunning lady has taken to social media to share her amazing Zulu heritage.
Samy Mofokeng took to Facebook group, #ImStaying to share the gorgeous images of her in her traditional attire. Samy shared three images and has received over 6 000 reactions and almost 600 comments from Stayers.
She started the caption of the post by saying: "Hi stayers, I'm a proud Zulu girl." She continued: "As we all know that September marks the annual Heritage Month in South Africa and what makes it more special is the fact that we're a rainbow Nation... What is your culture/heritage?"
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