Yolanda Vilakazi is fed up with fake Insta accounts of her and Kwesta's baby

Yolanda Vilakazi is fed up with fake Insta accounts of her and Kwesta's baby

- Yolanda Vilakazi took to social media to voice her outrage at people making accounts for her baby

- Yolanda and Kwesta recently welcomed their second daughter and posted a single picture of her to each of their own accounts

- The mama wrote in her Instagram stories that she was horrified to discover that people had been making fake Instagram accounts for her newly born Kenya Elihle

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Yolanda Vilakazi and Kwesta have recently welcomed the newest addition to their family, a little girl named Kenya Elihle. The couple took to Instagram to announce her birth and post a snap of their new bundle.

Yolanda was then horrified to learn that strangers were making social media accounts for her child. There are some parents who choose to make separate accounts in their child's name and share pictures and updates as they grow, but this was not what Yolanda wanted.

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The mama took to her Instagram stories to say that if there ever were a page for Kenya it would be made by her parents and since there would be no such page then it certainly was not up to strangers to make fake ones for her.

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Yolanda Vilakazi and her hubby, Kwesta, have just welcomed their second baby girl. Source: @yonessalvv/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Yolanda said that she and Kwesta had only welcomed their little bundle a week ago and wrote an agitated caption on her Instagram story that said:

"My child is barely even a week old. Who told y'all I needed help creating a page for her? If I was going to (which I absolutely WAS NOT &WILL NOT ) I'm quite capable of doing it myself, ON MY TERMS, AS HER MOM. Habe Ukuphapha! Ukugula! Super p**sed"

She later expressed gratitude to her fans for helping her report and block some of the fake accounts. This mama is not here to play!

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Briefly.co.za reported on Yolanda and Kwesta announcing the birth of their second daughter, a little bundle named Kenya Elihle.

Kwesta and Yolanda Vilakazi are now the parents of two. The couple has announced that they recently welcomed their second child to the world. Kwesta and Yolanda took to social media to share the announcement of the birth of their second daughter, who will be a baby sister to Khai Asemahle.

The parents shared a little snap and told their followers that they had chosen the names Kenya Elihle. The comments section on both posts lit up with love for the little girl and messages of congratulations to her parents.

Another mom who is fed up with imposters is Minnie Dlamini and Briefly.co.za reported on the star saying her little Netha will not have a dedicated social media account.

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Minnie Dlamini Jones has made it crystal clear that her baby boy will never have a social media account unless he’s old enough to have his own. 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.

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. 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.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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