- When your daughter runs to save your phone from being answered by her momma, you know something's up
- Social media user @Rathipa_Rampedi shared a clip of a little girl grabbing her dad’s phone from her momma and it finished them
- The people of Mzansi were cry-laughing over this clip as they are sure the father briefed his baby on the situation, lol
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The whole phone privacy thing is a hot debate in the relationship streets. Seeing a daughter have her father’s back when his phone rangp has left many in stitches.
Social media user @Rathipa_Rampedi shared a clip of a baby girl protecting her father’s phone from her mother and was broken over it. If this man does have a side-chick, he has definitely proofed his daughter on the matter, making her his eagle eye around baby momma.
“When the wife wants to answer the call from "Capitec", but the child has the dad's back ”
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People of Mzansi react to the hilarious but on-point clip
While it probably isn’t a laughing matter to involve your children in your side businesses, people couldn’t help but laugh at this clip. People flooded the comment section with witty comments.
Take a look at some of the comments
“Sometimes Capitec wants to remind you of the transactions you made during the day.”
“Then the "Capitec" will start making him miss out being with his family that time is she included.”
“This one deserves everything, anything she wants, lol!”
@Thought9898 reacted with:
Mother buys new whip for her son’s 13th birthday, Mzansi left dumbfounded
In other new parenting news… Briefly News reported that a Mzansi mother Caro Matau left online users both elated and stunned after she shared that she had bought her son his first car on his 13th birthday.
She shared the news along with photos of her boy with his new ride on her social media.
“It was about 2 years ago that I made a promise to my first child son. I promised him that when he turns 13 years old, I'll start teaching him how to drive a car. Today he turns 13 years old. I then realised that he can't learn by driving my big auto car and that he needed a manual car to learn.
"He will learn driving in our estate until such time when the law allows him to get the right documents and drive in the streets,” said Caro who wished her son beautiful blessings.
Source: Briefly News