- Sithole took to Instagram to make her relationship with Andile Mpisane official
- The DJ posted a cute snap of herself and Shauwn Mkhize's son kissing
- Andile celebrated his birthday on 15 March and Sithelo was one of the guests at his party
Sithelo Shozi has gone Instagram official with her bae Andile Mpisane. The DJ took to the photo-sharing app to share a snap of herself and rich her man kissing.
The musician and Shauwn Mkhize's son have been keep their relationship private until his birthday party on Monday, 15 March.
Sithelo was one of the guests during the epic birthday celebration. She captioned the snap:
"A night to remember."
According to ZAlebs, the stunner also seemingly gifted Andile with a new pair of Nike sneakers and a Playstation 5. Back in the days, the way to a man's heart was through his stomach but nowadays the Playstation 5 seems to do the trick.
The publication also reported that Mam'Mkhize spoiled her son with a brand-new Gucci wrist watch with real diamonds.
Mam'Mkhize took to Instagram on the day to wish Andile a happy birthday. Part of her sweet post says:
"Today marks a very special day as it is my Prince's birthday @andilempisane10. I would just like to say how proud I am of you and the man you’re becoming. May you be blessed with many more years to come and always know that being your mother has been the greatest honour of my life. I love you Mr Chairman."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Shauwn Mkhize's son Andile Mpisane celebrated his birthday on Monday, 15 March. The Gqom singer was turning 20 on this day. The reality TV star took to social media to start a cool initiative in celebrations of his birthday.
Andile has decided to give back to the community by gifting 20 university students with recurring debt R10 000 each. The star said:
He said in light of the current #FeesMustFall situation in Mzansi he has decided to help students this year. The star added:
"This year I would like to give back by gifting 20 university students that have recurring debt from 2020 with R10 000 towards their fees. You can also nominate someone in need of this financial aid."
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