- Kwesta and Yolanda Vilakazi had to get creative during lockdown with their baby shower
- They hosted a drive-by baby shower so that friends and family could pop by and visit the expecting mom and drop off some gifts
- Among the pressies was a SMEG kettle, baby clothes and toys, talk about spoils
Kwesta and his wife, Yolanda Vilakazi let South Africa know in August that they were expecting their second bundle of joy.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the couple have had to get extra creative with how they host the baby shower.
They have come up with an ingenious plan - a drive-by baby shower. This allowed for friends and family to stop by, visit the expecting mom and drop off a pressie.
Some of the peeps to drop by included some big names in entertainment such as Tshepi Vundla and Lerato Mvelase. Thabsie also showed up and gifted Yolanda with a SMEG kettle.
Among the gifts that Yolanda received were breast pumps, baby clothes and children's toys.
Yolanda is over the moon at the prospect of having another baby in the house. She has been regularly posting on social media, detailing her pregnancy.
Recently she posted a pic online while attending Moozlie’s 28th birthday party which was hosted by her close friend DJ Zinhle.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Rapper Kwesta and his wife Yolanda have revealed the gender of their second child. It was only a few weeks ago that Mznasi found out that the couple were expecting another bundle of joy.
Over the weekend, the couple hosted a private gender reveal party where they discovered they were having another girl.
A large black balloon was filled with either blue or pink confetti. Upon popping the balloon, Kwesta and Yolanda were showered with pink confetti.
Yolanda captioned the video: “A daddy with daughters.”
In other news, Kwesta has taken to social media to slam BMW for their latest advert. In the advert, the German car company plays a song which sounds very similar to Kwesta's hit song Spirit.
The rapper called on the company to do the right thing and credit him.
Kwesta took to Twitter to slam the ad which celebrates one of the most popular BMWs in the country, the Gusheshe. The advert by BMW South Africa features a song that sounds very much like Spirit by Kwesta.
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