- Simz Ngema and Tino Chinyani have decided to show their baby boy Tiyani's face to the public
- The couple are happy and comfortable to show off the Tiyani and made him an Instagram account
- Mzansi social media users are happy for Simz and Tino as they start opening up more about parenting
Mzansi actress Simz Ngema and her boo Tino Chinyani have finally shared pictures of their beautiful son's face. Tiyani is as cute as ever and his parents even started an Instagram account for him with the handle @tiyani_chinyani.
Simz took to social media to share that she's created an Instagram account for her son and captioned her post:
"Now that we’ve dedicated our king to the Lord, we are ready for you guys to meet him. Say hi to @tiyani_chinyani everybody."
Tino also shared pictures of the baby and said that he was his purpose. The little family is giving Mzansi serious goals and many are envious. Tiyani already has 15 000 followers on Instagram and he's a banging celebrity baby.
Check out the reactions from a few Mzansi celebrities and social media users below:
"Oh bakithi (Oh my goodness). Akasemhle yena (He's so beautiful)."
"I'm not coping. Kids can be this cute?!? WOW!"
"Akasemuhle nkos'yam. Hi Nana Tiyani."
"Yoooooh!!! What an incredibly gorgeous baba."
"I wanna kiss his chubby cheeks. He's too perfect!"
Briefly News contacted Tino and Simz for comment and they did not respond at the time of publishing this article.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Mohale Motaung finally came clean about what's going on with Somizi. There have been a lot of rumours surrounding Mohale Motaung's relationship with his husband Somizi Mhlongo.
Mzansi has been wondering if one of their favourite couples are still together and Mohale has finally broken his silence about the matter. In an interview with Power FM, Mohale opened up about what's been happening in his relationship with Somizi.
Ultimately, Mohale insists that he and Somizi are still doing fine. Fans have been confused because the pair have no longer been posting pictures together on socials.
"I think that is okay, people decide in a relationship that this is how we gonna do things, this is the route we are going to take and it is okay," said Mohale.
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