- Twitter user Daniel Marven recently asked his dad followers to which length were they willing to go to make their daughters happy
- Sharing a pic of a dad wearing a tutu while playing with his daughter, Marven asked other fathers if they would do the same
- Soon many Mzansi folk were engaged in a big debate about whether or not it's okay for a dad to dress up as a princess to please his little girl
Twitter user and Mzansi artist Daniel Marven recently had Mzansi engaged in a big debate whether or not it was okay for a father to dress up in a tutu or as a princess in the name of pleasing his daughter.
"MEN WOULD YOU DO THIS FOR YOUR DAUGHTER?," he captioned a picture of a rather buff dad wearing a tutu while standing with his daughter who was dressed in an identical tutu.
Soon hundreds of locals were in the comment section sharing their thoughts. While many thought it was okay in the name of fun with a child, others were completely against it. Read a few of their thoughts below.
"What are those things Polynesian men wear? Coz they still look hella masculine. Love on your daughters while they're still babies, and enjoy their childhood. I don't see anything soft about what this man is wearing to entertain his daughter."
"Would definitely do it for her as long as it's not her Mother's idea."
"Nah My daughter knows a Men doesn’t wear a Skirt period."
In other Briefly.co.za news, SAFTA winner and actor Siv Ngesi took part in the trending #BussItChallenge. He dressed up as a drag queen in the video and starting twerking for the camera in his unique look.
Now, he has given his fans a peek into what went into making the transformation. Siv took to Instagram and posted a video that showed what exactly went into creating his look. At the beginning of the three-minute video, Siv is working out and boxing in the gym. He then makes the transition.
He got some help from a favourite drag queen in Cape Town who did his make up and gave him a totally new look. Siv refers to his new look as "Sivanna".
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Source: Briefly News