Cassper Nyovest has penned a sweet birthday message to his first child he shares with Thobeka Majozi. Taking to his X timeline, the rapper shared a snap of the young chap and expressed his wishes for his life.
“Three years ago my life changed. Where did the time go? Khotso, my dude, you’re the flyest! The most beautiful boy in the world! I pray you grow kind, grounded, humble, compassionate and faithful. The world is yours Izwe! Daddy loves you,” he wrote.
Cassper and Thobeka welcomed Khotso in September 2020 after teasing the announcement with Cassper’s album Any Minute Now.
He recently praised his baby mama on his Instagram timeline, counting his blessings while thanking her for raising their son.
“I don’t have the words. You gave me the most perfect son in the world. I used to joke about how he’s going to be exactly like me, but to see him growing into it is scary. You’re doing such a great job and raising the hell out of this dude and I will love you forever because of that. I know me and dude cause you a lot of trouble, but we appreciate you a lot and we talk about it all the time in our DMCs. He be like, ‘Daddy, mommy’s biding me’, which actually means ‘save me from this evil woman’. Lol. Real talk doe, all the love and appreciation BM! Forever,” he wrote.
In a recent interview on YFM’s Banques And Venom show Cassper gushed about his respect for his partner.
The rapper said though Thobeka might be the full-time parent, he’s happy she does not make him feel that way.
“We have something that they don’t understand and they don’t know about, we don’t post about. When we’re together we’re together. No-one knows … our living arrangements, they just see when it’s good. It’s not perfect, but it’s good and it’s strong. I have so much respect for her because she goes through so much,” he added.
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The upcoming tour, which commences on October 4, includes a performance in several cities across the country, including a special show at St. George’s Cathedral in Cape Town. He’ll also be concluding the tour on October 27 in Maputo, Mozambique. Read More