- An adorable young white boy has captured Mzasni's hearts with his beautiful voice
- A video of him singing a Zulu song was uploaded to Facebook by Khuzani Mpungose
- Facebook users praised the boy for adopting Zulu culture and urged him to carry on
Khuzani Ndlamlenze Mpungose uploaded a touching video of a young white boy singing a Zulu song and it melted Mzani's heart.
Social media users were quick to congratulate the young boy on accepting Zulu traditions and urged him to carry on.
Mpungose commented on the video with the following which he shared on Facebook.
"Awu suka madoda ngiyabonga kumfana omncane woMlungu.."
This translates to:
"Well guys, thank you for the little white boy."
Here are some comments from Facebook users:
"Mina ngyajabula ukut umculo wethu wesintu usuthandwa nayezinye izinhlanga, sihlezi sibona abantu abamnyama becula ingoma zesilungu sibajabulele nami kyangijabulisa ukubona ukut nabo sebeyazisondeza emculweni wethu. # UP Khuba Up"
"I am happy that our traditional music is becoming popular with other races, we always see black people singing white songs and we enjoy them and I am happy to see that they are also getting closer to our music. # UP Kick Up"
"Thank you young white boy for enjoying our traditional music as blacks, keep on doing so my handsome boy , you will be a successful man."
Khuzani Mpungose had been pushing the Gcwalisa iMabhida campaign for a few weeks now and it all came to fruition on Saturday evening, when Moses Mabhida was filled to capacity.
Khuzani became the second artist in the space of three months to fill up the stadium after rapper, Cassper Nyovest, hosted a successful #FillUp concert in December. Briefly.co.za learnt that the Gusheshe hit-maker took to social media to congratulate his fellow entertainer on his historical show.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Andriette Gore posted moving series of pictures on Facebook of two adorable friends. The photos are so cute that they have stolen the hearts of Facebook users across South Africa.
The photo are captioned with a message about how Andriette's daughter is kept busy by her friend, Siah, next door. Andriette is currently battling cancer and the extra help from Siah is appreciated.
The post was uploaded to the Facebook group #ImStaying and quickly went viral for obvious reasons.
"My little princess with her bestie Siah (right next door). I have aggressive cancer and my neighbours help me so much with keeping Kay busy so I can rest. Other days, Siah and Kay are playing at our house."
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