- Somizi has melted hearts with his latest video in which his nephew mimics him with heart-melting results
- The cute child copies Somizi as he says "what's up boy" and fans thought it was the cutest thing
- Followers took to the comment section to shower the cute baby with praise
Somizi shared an adorable video of himself and his nephew on Instagram in which his nephew mimics him.
Somizi had a filter on the video making his and his nephew's eyes sparkle. One of the cutest moments is when his nephew parrots him by saying:
"What's up boy."
The South African celebrity revealed that he'd had dinner at his brother's house in the caption for the video:
"Last nights dinner at my brothers...lucky and nhlanhla...how cute is my mshana."
Fans took to the comments section to share their reactions to the adorable video:
"I’m smiling too adorable."
"Nana bathong ❤️❤️❤️."
"What u doing making me smile."
"You are smiling from your heart akasemuhle njena ubaby."
"Cutest little baba ever❤️❤️."
"Lol, kids bring this wonderful joy into our lives, even when they are not ours. Lol so cute ."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Somizi Mhlongo and Vusi Nova are keeping each other company again and social media users are getting used to the idea of seeing the two friends together.
Somizi shared a video of himself and Vusi Nova on an aeroplane on their way to their next gig. Vusi is passed out next to Somizi and has a blanket over his lap, both are wearing face masks.
In other news, media personality Somizi Mhlongo used his morning to drop some wisdom about the challenges that people go through in life. Somizi was giving a tutorial on how to make a quick iced tea drink but also used his time to give his followers some advice on how to deal with things.
Somizi spoke about how everyone in life has their own set of challenges that they go through and people shouldn't make fun of others because of this.
The Idols SA judge was telling people that they are not alone and everyone is going through something right now.
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