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Mxolisi Majozi knows as Zulu is expecting his fourth child: see he said

Durban Gen performer and craftsman Mxolisi Majozi noticeably known as Zulu kid is expecting his fourth darling infant. He asserted the news to Daily Sun. 

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Zulu Boy let the circulation in on that he is ready for another youngster, "'s legitimate. I'm expecting a youngster with my mindful life accomplice Keisha. It's a splendid tendency. I will be a father for the fourth time." 

According to the appropriation, Zulu Boy last saw his New York-based author soul mate in February this year and he will be seeing him again one month from now, in November. 

"I can barely wait to see her. I trust the Covid-19 pandemic won't play its tricks and hold me back from traveling," he told the dissemination. 

Generous K is one more of our main ZAlebs who actually welcomed another darling infant. 

He took to Instagram to share the captivating news a few days before he welcomed his kid. "Talking about Blessings on Blessings," he made. 

He in like manner proclaimed that he has completed his new assortment, "...10 Years Of Heavy-K" Album is done, just got 2 worldwide remixes with Major trained professionals, 3 sync deals, last not least God has trusted in me again with another lil kid." 

As of late Heavy K finally announced the presence of his kid. He posted a picture with a short caption that read, "Welcome home kid Letlotlo." 

He has another kid named Khusta. Not set in stone to have cerebral loss of motion. Opening up concerning his condition on Instagram, Heavy K said he was imagined impulsively and he required oxygen, "sadly due to thoughtlessness of the clinical chaperons or clinical orderly he wasn't given adequate oxygen that provoked some part of his frontal cortex being hurt! Still up in the air to have Cerebral Palsy anyway I'm doing as well as can possibly be expected to guarantee he transforms into the best type of himself. God favor you child and I love you" he created on Instagram. 

He moreover endeavored to raise R2 Million for his treatment back in 2018. Examining his trip as a dad raising a youngster with unprecedented necessities to SowetanLive, he said, "Being a dad has been and still is shocking. Lamentably our firstborn didn't get adequate oxygen when he was considered, which hurt his frontal cortex and affected his ability to move. That part is trying, but, I acknowledge that God doesn't submit a mistake. My youngster isn't a weight. With him, God is attempting my trust in him."

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