- A young mother recently headed online to share a hilarious clip of herself putting her baby to sleep
- In the clip, the young mother lovingly sings an amapiano song while rocking the baby in her arms
-The clip quickly went viral as many locals headed to the comment section to laugh out loud at the funny video
When it comes to being a mom, anything that can help a baby sleep comfortably, they are willing to give it a try - even if that means singing amapiano songs to them. A young mother recently did exactly that.
Taking to Twitter, the innovative momma with the Twitter handle, @khanyisa95 recently shared a hilarious clip of herself rocking her baby to sleep in her arms while singing a popular amapiano song.
"UMama we 2K," she hilariously captioned the clip.
The clip soon went viral, reaching over 92k views. Many entertained South Africans also took some time to share their funny thoughts in the comment section of the post. Read a few of their replies below:
"I'm scared to see what this next generation raised by 2Ks is gonna be."
"This is content worth paying for! Lol."
"I used to sing Babes Wodumo's 'Wololo'."
"That baby not sleeping to that nonsense, ngeke."
"Hay marn... loving this mother style."
"Uyazi mos, ngizobe ngimbeka nase khanda ngenza i'aii wena man"
"You taking my kid to Social le ko Lit wena."
Briefly.co.za also reported that an innovative young South African mother recently scored a bunch of brownie points after she was seen in a clip of herself teaching her little boy how to say vowels in the most creative and adorable way ever.
In the adorable clip that was shared on Twitter by local guy@MasegoLeoto, the clever mom and her boy can be seen practising the vowels by singing them to the tune of a popular South African amapiano beat.
"Best way to teach a child vowels is to listen to MONATE," @MasegoLeoto captioned the clip online.
Locals loved it. Many of them took to the comment section to praise the mom for making learning fun and relatable.
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