Simz Ngema didn't want her son to miss his first ever Heritage day celebration. And honestly we already approve how she's raising her child.
As much as Simz Ngema is successful, one would easily conclude that baby Tiyani Chinyani's life will be modern and less associated with any African culture. However that's not how Simz wishes her son to grow up. At least she recently made it obvious in her recent Instagram post.
The actress explained how much it is important for her to ensure that she often goes back to her roots and tap into her culture. In a lengthy caption she detailed the importance of one's heritage and how she wishes her son can grow up within it.
Well that didn't stop there. She even dressed baby Tiyani Chinyani in traditional attire and he had to pose for a couple of snaps. Surprisingly he inherited his father's poise because he killed every pose. Fans went crazy over the post and they quickly reposted it.
Meanwhile this is how everyone reacted to baby Tiyani's pics in the comment section.
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