Arthur Mafokate, a Mzansi Kwaito legend, isn't afraid to brag about his son's successes on social media.
The adoring father is constantly supportive of his children and their endeavors, and he makes it a point to tell them how proud he is of them.
This time, Arthur is praising Kelello for following in the footsteps of her sister and being inducted into her school's leaders council.
Kelello Mafokate, Arthur's little girl, has grown up in the blink of an eye. On Instagram, Kelello's pleased father shared a photo of her with her older sister Owami at a renowned school function.
Kelello is following in her big sister Owami's footsteps, therefore the ceremony was not a first for the Mafokate family. The father was so ecstatic that he had to put on a second round of the outfit.
Arthur wrote a touching note to his daughter, saying:
According to reports, Arthur Mafokate wants singer Cici to repay the money.
Following news that Arthur Mafokate wants his former artist Cici to pay him R60 000, Briefly News reported that a social media user referred to him as a "greedy monster."
The 999 chairman claims that the singer, who is also his ex-girlfriend, has failed to pay him the money owed to him under their agreed contract.
According to rumors, the Mnike hitmaker wants a cut of the singer's creative output. Cici signed an exclusive artist agreement with his record company, 999, in 2016, he alleges.
Under the stable, she was planned to record two albums.
Arthur is requesting that the Joburg High Court provide him access to Cici's financial records so that he may determine how much money she has gained since quitting his record business and file a claim.
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