- Kabelo Mabalane posted a sweet video of his son Khumo singing the national anthem on Instagram
- Khumo is singing out the tune happily and has changed up some of the lyrics, making it a remix
- South African social media users found the video really adorable and commented, cheering Khumo on
Mzansi Kwaito legend Kabelo Mabalane is a father of two and loves his children dearly. Whenever he gets the chance to show off his children on social media, he does and this time was no different.
Kabelo shared a video of his son Khumo singing and it was way too enchanting. Khumo is singing the South African national anthem and is belting his heart out to the tune.
"When I picked Khumo Mabalane up from school yesterday, the teacher said he made them sing it in class," said Kabelo in his caption on Instagram.
Khumo looks as happy as ever and he is enjoying himself as his father took the adorable video of him.
Social media users reacted to the heartwarming video and found the exchange extremely charming. Clearly, Khumo has inherited the musical genes from his father Kabelo.
Take a look at some of the reactions from Instagram below:
"Who else was waiting for the Afrikaans part?"
"Sweetest. We can teach him the Afrikaans part by die Y."
"It's the remixed lyrics for me. Nice one."
"Aaaa, this is so sweet man. Isa isathanda yes boy."
"I love this remix, yes big boy well done."
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The internet has been helping quite a number of people in getting discovered and Priddy Prince is no different.
The young rapper is from Cape Town and his claim to social media fame was when he freestyled a song by DJ Mustard and Roddy Ricch’s titled Ballin’ back in July 2020.
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