- DJ Zinhle has responded to a social media user who tried to give her advice on how to mother her child
- The social media user was not happy that Kairo wore a Nguni traditional outfit instead of a Khoi one
- DJ Zinhle politely but firmly made it clear that no one would tell her how to raise her child
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DJ Zinhle is not a fan of being told how to raise her child. Kairo's mom recently had to once again let peeps know that they can have their own kids and raise them instead of lecturing her. This comes after a social media user commented about Kairo's Heritage Day look.
The toddler was dressed in traditional Xhosa attire and looked super cute. This social media user that was identified by Zinhle as Gabriel had issues with Kairo dressed in Nguni clothing rather than her Khoisan heritage (from her father's side).
Gabriel made an elaborate social media post about his concerns and DJ Zinhle would not have any of it. She politely but firmly shut him down and explained that she would raise her child the way that she sees fit.
Good on you, momma.
Twitter user realmageba20 said:
"Drink water, mind your business"
"Is it not biased to proclaim that all mixed raced people in SA (coloured people) descended from Khoi San people? Like ??? What if I was born in 1995 and my dad black and my mom white?"
"My daughter Kirsty is perfect the way I dress her. Yes she's coloured and I see no point to be told next she must dress as what other people suggest. I agree with Zinhle, people should focus on their own stuff and let abantu ngabantwana babo benze abakufunayo."
"My daughter is half Zulu and Xhosa but she likes Venda attire..."
"My favourite DJ is so classy. Savage."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Zinhle and her baby girl Kairo also decided to join in on the festivities. Zinhle shared an adorable video of Kairo doing a Zulu traditional dance.
The adorable footage showed Kairo dressed in traditional attire while doing a Zulu dance known as ukugiya. The dance involves lifting a leg to the rhythm of a beating drum.
Kairo looked absolutely adorable in her Xhosa regalia and we are sure that Zinhle could not be more proud. We love to see it.
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