- A young man recently headed online to share snaps of the "nappie braai" they had thrown for his brother
- The snaps of the father-to-be feature him dressed in a tutu and a wig with some heels
- Locals loved to see it and were soon in the comment section sharing congratulatory messages and well wishes
Baby showers for men are becoming a thing in South Africa and many people are here for it. A young South African man recently headed online to share snaps of what he calls a "nappy braai" for his brother.
In the snaps, the expecting father, who seems to have a bouncing boy on the way, was seen wearing a tutu, wig, and some high heels to finish off the bizarre yet very theme of the "nappie braai."
"Nappy Braai for the brother. Congratulations bafo," wrote the proud uncle to be in his post.
Locals really loved to see how things are evolving. Many of them headed to the comment section where they shared fun thoughts about the concept of showers for men. Read a few of them below:
"So with men, the 1st that comes to their mind is the diapers? cute though"
"This is cute hey. The way these babies are so picky, I hope ngeke afike athi prefer ihuggies gold coz pampers yamshisa, mine did that"
"Now, this should be a norm. Never mind the dressing up, it's the gifting for me. But why are some people pressed over the dressing up in any case? It's mos just for fun and won't affect anyone's masculinity after all. Some people just need to loosen up a bit and have some fun maan"
In other Briefly News, "daddy showers" are becoming increasingly popular as the once womens-only affair is turning into an occasion that both men and women love to celebrate. An expecting dad and his friends recently had a blast at his daddy shower.
Taking to his Twitter page, popular app user, @AdvoBarryRoux shared pictures of the gents having some fun while at the shower and captioned the post "Banna" to describe his surprise at seeing men have a baby shower. In the pictures, the funny guys went as far as to putting balloons under their shirts to signify the expected unborn baby.
Twitterzens were soon blowing up the post with their thoughts. While many ladies and gents called on the celebration to be normalised, other women criticised the guys for faking their bellies.
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