DJ Zinhle Shares Hilarious Moment Begging Kairo Forbes for Money: “You’re So Dramatic, Just Pay”

DJ Zinhle Shares Hilarious Moment Begging Kairo Forbes for Money: “You’re So Dramatic, Just Pay”

  • DJ Zinhle is raising an independent woman in Kairo Forbes, and she's preparing her for adulting
  • The beloved DJ shared a video asking her daughter to pay for their outing, and Kairo was hesitant
  • The famous child influencer recently bagged an award at the South African Social Media Awards and had to spare some rands to spoil her mom

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DJ Zinhle shocked Kairo Forbes when she asked her to pay a bill
Kairo Forbes was left speechless when her mom, DJ Zinhle, asked her to pay for a bill after their outing. Images: djzinhle, kairo.forbes
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DJ Zinhle is tired of paying all the bills and asked her daughter Kairo Forbes to cough up some money for an outing, but she was not having it. The kidfluencer and her mama went out, and Kairo got the shock of her life when Zinhle asked her to pay.

After her many brand deals, surely Kai Kai can spoil her mama with a few hundred Mandela notes? She didn't think so.

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DJ Zinhle asks Kairo Forbes to pay

DJ Zinhle gave Kairo Forbes a bitter introduction to adulting when she asked her to pay a bill.

The Thula hitmaker and her kid-fluencer daughter enjoyed an outing that ended in Kairo having to tap into her savings in a hilarious video shared by Twitter (X) user Alicia_ally10:

"Kairo, you're so dramatic just pay the bill. Just this once, next time, I'll pay. Just spoil me."

Speaking to Briefly News, Zinhle said Kairo asked to be reimbursed:

"It was her first time [paying] and she ended up convincing me to pay her half of the money back."

Mzansi shares mixed reactions to Kairo's SASMA win

Eh, you know that South Africans are known for being premium haters. This was the case when Kairo Forbes won her first award at the SASMAs for Social Media Kid Influencer of the Year:

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m_kobene said:

"Let’s not do this to ourselves."

DaRealFreeMan asked:

"The child is an influencer now. What about school?"

Morganphoenix9 critiqued Kairo's win:

"The child is innocent, I don't even think she understands what's going on, to begin with, but at what merits is she afforded the award? Are SASMA genuinely about talent or it's about connections?"

On the other hand, other netizens congratulated Kai Kai on her achievement:

MaMsibi_Omuhle said:

"So upsetting that AKA won’t get to see what Kairo is going to become. Goodness!"

BhebheLihle pointed out:

"She has always been a kid influencer. Zinhle made sure of it. It's not sympathy votes."

Real_Precious_M congratulated Kairo:

"That’s my girl, congratulations Kai kai!"

Kairo enjoys picnic with Murdah Bongz and Asante

In more Kairo Forbes updates, Briefly News shared online reactions to Kai Kai's heartwarming picnic with Murdah Bongz and her baby sister Asante.

The blended family has had its fair share of ups and downs, but one thing is for sure, they never forget to express their love for one another.

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Bongz recently penned a sweet post to his family, thanking them for holding him down as he navigates his career.

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Moroba Moroeng (Entertainment editor) Moroba Moroeng is an entertainment writer at Briefly News and a University of Johannesburg alumni (Public Relations and Communications, 2018). She was the content manager and, later, editor for HipHop Africa, where she honed her proofreading, leadership, and content management skills. Having begun her career as a content writer for Slikour OnLife, Moroba has over four years of experience as a writer specialising in music journalism and entertainment. She joined Briefly News in 2023 and passed a set of training courses by the Google News Initiative. Email: