- Minnie Dlamini Jones took to social media to shut down a fake account someone made on behalf of her baby boy
- Minnie was not happy when she saw the fake account and took to social media immediately to clear it up
- Minnie has not and is never going to create an account for her baby boy Netha
Minnie Dlamini Jones has made it crystal clear that her baby boy will never have his own social media account unless he’s obviously old enough to. Minnie knows the danger of the limelight and she ain’t about to thrust her innocent little man into it.
After announcing the arrival of her sweet baby boy, Netha Makhosini Jones, Minnie saw that someone felt the need to create a fake account on the behalf of her little man.
This really cheesed Minnie off and she took to social media to make it clear that she has not, nor will she ever, create a social media account for Netha.
Ain’t nobody going to mess with this baby boy and get away with it, he’s got a lioness for a momma!
It is safe to say that Minnie is going to do everything in her power to protect her tiny blessing from the nastiness and drama that comes as a result of having a famous momma. We respect Minnie for this.
There are a lot of celeb mothers who swiftly pull their babies into the limelight, and while it works for some, Minnie just does not feel that that is the vibe she is going for. Minnie wants to keep the moments secret.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Minnie Dlamini Jones has taken to social media to let the world know that her bundle of joy has arrived. The excited media personality posted a photo of her beautiful baby boy to her Instagram account.
Minnie captioned the picture: "Our King has arrived. Welcome, Netha Makhosini Jones."
The gorgeous picture of the newborn left Minnie's followers feeling excited and broody, coming out with all sorts of congratulatory messages. Both fans and fellow celebrities flooded her comment section with kind words.
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Source: Briefly News