- Mzansi hottie Maps Maponyane recently took to social media to celebrate his restaurant turning one
- The media personality's Buns Out has been a popular eating spot for Mzansi burger lovers
- Maps celebrated the milestone with his mother, whom he shared in a picture post on Instagram
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Maps Maponyane has been a restaurant owner for one whole year. The media personality took to social media to celebrate the anniversary of his eatery, called Buns Out.
Taking to Instagram, Maps posted a picture posing with his mother, who was at the restaurant to celebrate with him.
He captioned the picture with:
"And just like that, a year later to the exact day, our second Buns Out baby is born!! Of course my mom had to come by to give the thumbs-up before we could make things official. @bunsoutburgers"
Social media users were excited about the anniversary and congratulated Maps on such an incredible accomplishment.
Instagram user hhlobie said:
"Amazing, the biggest congrats to you."
"This is amazing. I'm so happy for you my bro!"
"A BIG congratulations braaaaaaa!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Entrepreneur and TV presenter, Maps Maponyane, recently opened up about how he had a great time with little kids. Maps was at a two-year-old's birthday party and enjoyed watching the children play without a care in the world.
"Had a beautiful afternoon at a two-year-old's birthday party, seeing little ones run around and express joy over the smallest things. It's pretty dope how much appreciating the simplest of life's pleasures can bring so much happiness."
Many of Maps' fans on Twitter agree that hanging around children is amazing and gives great pleasure. One user, @MoreFelow, said babies should be antidepressants.
"Babies should be classified as an antidepressant. It's pretty hard to be in a bad mood around a five-month-old baby."
Another tweep, @MokoenaKagiso25, hinted that there is hope for Maps having his own bundle of joy.
"I hope this means we celebrating another 2nd year birthday at your house in the next coming three years."
This isn't the first time Maps showed his love for children. Briefly.co.za noticed that in July, he spread the love by handing out shoes to schoolchildren.
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