- Julius Malema's son, Ratanang, celebrated his 14th birthday this week
- The EFF leader took to his social media account to wish his eldest son a happy birthday
- Juju shared a photo of Ratanang and revealed what his wish is for the young man
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Julius Malema might be a firing spitting politician but he is an absolute sweetheart when it comes to his wife and kids. The EFF leader's eldest son, Ratanang, turned 14 years old this week and the proud dad wrote the cutest message on Instagram.
Juju revealed his wish for his son on his "perfect birthday". Juju's sweet message read:
"It is my wish to have you accompanied by sweetheart and prosperity throughout your existence. This new epoch should arrive with affection and happiness. I wish you a happy and perfect birthday, my firstborn."
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans found the post touching and wished Ratanang a happy birthday in the comment section.
"Hep! and blessed befdei Boyza Boyza...Wishing you best things you desire and deserve... May the good Lord continue to bless you, all loved ones and beyond."
"Happy birthday son of the soil. May he see many more years Mr President. The universe and Malema gods will grant him all his heart desires. Hasta la Victoria Siempre."
"Happy Birthday for Rati."
"Happy blessed birthday to him. May God's protection and blessings be upon him always."
"Happy birthday first born may God bless you more."
"Family first... happy bornday son."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported Somizi proved his good nature once again as he surprised a set of twin brothers for their fifth birthday party. The pictures posted by the twins' dad show two smiley kiddies with their birthday cakes alongside their 'Uncle' Somizi.
The dad of the pair took to social media to express his gratitude to the celebrity. The proud papa said that words weren't enough to say how grateful his family was for the lovely gesture and that they were thankful from the bottom of their hearts.
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