- The inventor of the vuvuzela, Saddam Maake recently shared a sweet birthday wish with his son Cellular Maake
- In the post, Saddam refers to Cellular as his her and also included pics of the young man as an infant
- Many locals joined him in wishing his son a happy birthday
Saddam Maake, the inventor of the popular stadium buddy, a vuvuzela, has recently taken some time out to wish his son Cellular Maake a very happy birthday which he celebrated on the 26th of this month.
The heartwarming post, in which he calls his son his hero, also features a few adorable pictures of infant Cellular, toddler Cellular, and also all grown up Cellular.
"TjoviTjo Happy Birthday my Son Cellular Robbie Maake. Enjoy your special day, celebrations with three points. TjoviTjo my hero," he wrote happily.
Cellular then thanked his father for the sweet post also remarking that he loves him a lot. The post blew up reaching over 5 000 likes. Many locals also headed to the comment section to wish the young soccer fanatic a very happy birthday. Read their comments below:
"What if Cellular supports Pierats deep down but he doesn't wanna disappoint his father Telephone?"
"Happy birthday Cellular. May God bless you with many more bhuti"
"I knew you had a son named Cellular and I got to know Cellular here on the Twitter streets. It has never crossed my mind that the Cellular I met here on Twitter is your son. Happy birthday to you @Cellular_ZA to happiness, good health, and prosperity."
"Did you know your son is one of the coolest humble guys on Twitter? HAPPY BIRTHDAY CELLULAR"
Briefly.co.za also reported that today the chairman of Orlando Pirates, Dr Irvin Khoza is celebrating his 73rd birthday. Orlando Pirates Twitter page and many other prominent SA football pages have taken some time to wish the chairman a happy birthday.
"Happy Birthday to our Chairman. #OrlandoPirates #OnceAlways," they captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
Soon hundreds of locals were taking to the comment section to share birthday wishes with the businessman. While others took the time out to ask some football questions about their team, others simply said happy birthday.
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Source: Briefly News