- Simphiwe Dana shared pictures of her two children on social media and said that they were a gift
- Simphiwe shared that seeing her children happy gives her the most joy in life and showed appreciation
- Social media users commented on the pictures with many noticing that Simphiwe's children look just like her
South African singer Simphiwe Dana took to social media to share pictures of her beautiful children. She posted pictures of them on Twitter and they were all smiles as they posed for the camera.
Simphiwe bragged about how her children being happy makes her feel like she has received a gift:
"To see my children happy is the greatest gift I have given myself," she wrote on Twitter.
The children look alike and are also the spitting image of their mother, Simphiwe. They are both sporting funky hairstyles with jazzy hair colours, showing just how creative they both are and also how they aren't afraid to take risks when it comes to their appearance.
Simphiwe's followers engaged with her post about her children and had positive comments about them. One user even said that the children were basically Simphiwe's photocopies.
Briefly.co.za put together a number of other reactions from other users:
@MrsBloom said: "Your kids took your face, copy and paste."
@Mimi_blackk commented: "Must be nice waking up everyday knowing you have such beautiful children."
@nzwakinator said: "Happy healthy children are a blessing. It doesn't get better than that."
@BelovedXan said: "They literally stole your face!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi Mhlongo showed off his dope ‘dubula’ dance moves. Somizi is so multi-talented that many of us forget that dancing is his first love. The choreographer shot to fame for his role in Sarafina! And later made his mark as the head choreographer of the FIFA World Cup 2010.
The media personality recently reminded his followers that he hasn’t lost his moves by posting a video of himself dancing to a track called ‘Dubula’.
The track name means shoot and the dance Somz did involved pretending to be shot and acting out the movements that follow. Somehow Somizi managed to make a disturbing scene like that, look epic.
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