- Itu Khune's daughter recently turned eight months old and he is absolutely smitten with the little girl
- Taking to Instagram, Khune posted a snap of himself spending time with his daughter
- The Bafana Bafana goalkeeper penned a sweet post about what he hopes for her future
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Itu Khune really is an amazing dad. He often gushes about his beautiful little girl on social media and recently decided to share his dreams for her.
Khune revealed he hopes that baby Zee grows up to be empowered and strong. The goalkeeper said he wants his daughter to define herself through valuable qualities and not her looks.
"I hope and pray that my daughter grows up empowered and doesn’t define herself by the way she looks but by qualities that make her a intelligent, strong and responsible woman #BabyZee. Daddy loves you."
Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered over 12 400 reactions and it inspired South Africans.
Jp Maloka commented:
Instagram user, noksshongwe, wrote:
"Well said Skipper, we ought to normalise speaking positivity to our kids. All the best in raising a great princess."
Collen Tebogo added:
"She will be proud to have you as a father."
On Wednesday, Khune celebrated his daughter turning eight months old. The football star posted a snap of himself, his wife and their little girl.
Khune captioned the post:
"Happy eight months BabyZee. Mommy and Daddy took her to the baby spa."
In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported Percy Tau showed off his skills against Club Brugge over the weekend at the Jan Breydel Stadium but he missed an opportunity to score a goal for Anderlecht.
Tau joined Anderlecht from Club Brugge on loan a couple of months ago and it is the first time he had to take on the reigning champions. Club Brugge ended up winning 3 - 0 but Tau nearly scored a goal against them. However, the Bafana Bafana football star's efforts were stopped by Simon Mignolet.
After the game, Club Brugge took to social media to take a subtle jab at Tau. The club shared a video of the missed opportunity and captioned it:
"Tau shall not pass. #CluAnd."
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