- Soccer legend Siphiwe Tshabalala took to Instagram to share a heartwarming post dedicated to his son
- Tshabalala's son turned six years old and he decided to post an adorable selfie of them together
- SAns shared their happy birthday messages to the little one in Tshabalala's comment section
South African soccer star Siphiwe Tshabalala shared a sweet post to Instagram in celebration of his adorable son's birthday. Tshabalala's mini-me turned a whole six years old and he could not be a prouder father. He captioned the post:
"Today we celebrate you. Happy birthday son (6)."
The post dedicated to baby Tshabalala gained a whopping 22 500 likes on the social networking site. The adorable duo wore similar t-shirts in the selfie Tshabalala shared. They're definitely daddy-son goals!
Take a look at the adorable post below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the hundreds of comments left under Tshabalala's post. Read some of them below:
"Happy birthday young king, blessings should be appointed to you I wish that everything you do turns to gold and multiplies."
"A happy blessed birthday to the young man."
"Happy birthday to Tshabalala Jr."
"Happy birthday from England."
"Birthday Blessings to your son."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Somizi Mhlongo's daughter turning 26. Somizi's daughter Bahumi Mhlongo celebrated 26th birthday on 5 February. Bahumi is a YouTube sensation and because so many members of her family are part of the entertainment industry, she's considered a golden child.
Bahumi is paving the way for herself in the entertainment industry and she often gets comments about nepotism coming her way but she's soldiered on.
She was given the role of a young Lebo Mathosa in Dream: The Lebo Mathosa Story and is doing a decent job with her YouTube channel. Bahumi also has a huge following on social media, with 470k followers on Instagram. She also classifies herself as a filmmaker in her bio, so she's all about creating content.
Bahumi shares an excellent relationship with her father Somizi and it shows, he's even said that he's her biggest fan.
"I love being me but I have been preparing my name to be more than just a celebrity's child. I am ready to claim my own fame," said Bahumi.
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