- AKA took to social media to share a picture of his daughter Kairo Forbes on her first day at school
- The rapper captioned his picture with heart eye emojis and seemed proud that his girl is growing up
- Mzansi social media users commented on the post with various reactions from different people
Award-winning rapper AKA took to social media to share a snap of his daughter Kairo as she had her first day at "big school".
Kairo looked super cute in the snap and looked ready to take on the big bad world.
AKA's bundle of joy was wearing her hair in neat cornrows and was holding up a peace sign with her fingers as she posed for the picture.
It's no secret that AKA has a good relationship with his daughter Kairo and it was heart-warming to see that he was so proud of her for taking the next steps in her colourful childhood.
A number of social media users commented on the post with a number of reactions. Briefly.co.za compiled a number of comments on the picture. Take a look at them below:
@Solly_Rockstar said: "The reason why daughters love their dad the most is because he is at least the one man in the world who will never hurt her."
@Nhlanhla717 commented: "School are not supposed to be opened. Or you guys have already vaccinated? Or is it a private thing?"
@enterprisetv_sa said: "That's a great school. She'll be happy there but she cannot have an American accent."
@MbaliiMashinini commented: "You have a beautiful daughter."
@NguviNM said: "Aww, Kairo's growing up so fast. So adorable."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA sent his love and prayers to all workers in the hospitality industry. AKA decided to take to his social media to offer some small gesture of hope and empathy to those working in the hospitality and entertainment industries.
The rapper wrote a message that explained how he was thinking of and praying for anyone whose livelihood had been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the regulations attempting to control it.
Supa Mega also wrote that he was hopeful everything would turn out okay but encouraged people to be resourceful and stay strong despite the financial and emotional strain.
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