Cassper Nyovest shares conversation where he decided to become a dad

Cassper Nyovest shares conversation where he decided to become a dad

- Cassper Nyovest and Thobeka Madjozi were talking about making babies long before it actually happened

- Cassper took to social media with a special post revealing the conversation and reflected on just how far they have come

- Cassper always wanted to be a father and his baby boy has brought so much joy to his life

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Cassper Nyovest took to social media with a special post revealing the time him and his baby momma, Thobeka Madjozi decided to make a baby. Moments like these are priceless.

While many thought Cassper and Thobeka fell pregnant by accident, it was the total opposite. These two had been planning their little bundle for some time and it is the sweetest thing to read.

Taking to social media with a screenshot of the conversation Cass had with Thobeka where they agreed to become parents, Cassper expressed his gratitude over that conversation turning into a reality.

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“How it started. Where we at now. #BongiNkosi”

Cassper has been a proud father from the very minute he found out Thobeka was pregnant. Seeing Cassper evolve into his new role has been an absolute pleasure.

One thing Cassper never failed to make known was that he wanted a family of his own and now that he has it, he is doing everything in his power to make sure he does right by them. Cassper is setting standards for all fathers out there.

Cassper Nyovest shares conversation where he decided to become a dad

Cassper Nyovest took to social media with a special post revealing the time him and his baby momma, Thobeka Madjozi decided to make a baby. Image: Cassper Nyovest/Instagram.
Source: Instagram

Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he also contracted Covid-19 some time back. The Amademoni rapper recently opened up about his coronavirus journey during an interview on an American show called the Ebro Show.

During the interview, Mufasa told Ebro about his own battle with Covid-19. He said he was not able to work for two weeks due to the complications from the virus.

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"At first, it was just a scary part where we didn't know what's going on but we stayed home. And then I started training to prepare for this boxing match."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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