- Cassper Nyovest showed fans a snippet of the dad life on his Instagram account and they loved it
- Mufasa usually doesn't show off his son that much on social media so fans get hyped up when he does
- Social media users in Mzansi commented on the post and loved how hands-on Cassper is with his son Khotso
Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest recently became a father and he's really loving the dad life. Mufasa has recently shown off a small glimpse of baby Khotso and Mzansi social media users found the moment super adorable.
Cassper's son was born back in September 2020 and the mother of his baby is Thobeka Majozi. The couple has never shown the baby's face to fans but they sometimes show a sneak peek of the baby, which usually keeps fans excited.
Cassper took to social media to share a special moment between him and his son, baby Khotso:
"My son is already #TeamSamsung. He is always fighting for my phone. Only difference is, he thinks it's food," said Cassper.
South African social media users and Cassper's fans found the moment way too cute and commented on the picture. Look at some of the reactions below:
"This is so beautiful man! Nyovero!"
"That's definitely your head on the little one."
"Simba to date AKA's daughter and dump her for Priddy Ugly's daughter."
"Sanitise the phone before the baby touches it."
"Am I the only one that thinks this picture was taken with an iPhone?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper Nyovest says he's close to becoming SA's first hip hop billionaire. Cassper Nyovest is ready to become Mzansi's first hip hop billionaire.
The rapper shared that he is working on an exciting project that he expects to be ready by the first quarter of this year. The Amademoni hitmaker did not get into much detail about the "dope project" but shared that it's the first of its kind.
He took to Twitter on Wednesday, 20 January and shared that the project is another step toward becoming Mzansi's hip hop billionaire.
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Source: Briefly News