Welcome home Baby Letlotlo: A Big Congratulations To Zulu Boy And His Fiancée

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Welcome home Baby Letlotlo: A Big Congratulations To Zulu Boy And His Fiancée

Durban Gen actor and musician Mxolisi Majozi popularly known as Zulu boy is expecting his fourth bundle of joy. He confirmed the news to Daily Sun.
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Zulu Boy told the publication that he is ready for another baby, “…it’s true. I am expecting a baby with my loving fiance Keisha. It’s a wonderful feeling. I am going to be a father for the fourth time.”

According to the publication, Zulu Boy last saw his New York-based journalist fiancé in February this year and he will be seeing him again next month, in November.

“I can’t wait to see her. I hope the Covid-19 pandemic won’t play its tricks and prevent me from traveling,” he told the publication.

Heavy K is another one of our favorite ZAlebs who recently welcomed another bundle of joy.
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He took to Instagram to share the exciting news just a few days before he welcomed his baby. “Talking about Blessings on Blessings,” he wrote.

He also announced that he has completed his new album, “…10 Years Of Heavy-K” Album is done, just secured 2 international remixes with Major artists, 3 sync deals, last not least God has trusted me yet again with another lil boy.”

Yesterday Heavy K finally announced the arrival of his baby boy. He posted a picture with a short caption that read, “Welcome home baby Letlotlo.”

He has another son named Khusta. He was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Opening up about his condition on Instagram, Heavy K said he was born prematurely and he needed oxygen, “unfortunately due to negligence of the nurses or nurse he wasn’t given enough oxygen that led to part of his brain being damaged! So he’s diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy but I’m doing everything in my power to make sure he becomes the best version of himself. God bless you boy & I love you” he wrote on Instagram.

He also tried to raise R2 Million for his treatment back in 2018. Talking about his journey as a dad raising a son with special needs to SowetanLive, he said, “Being a dad has been and still is amazing. It was unfortunate that our firstborn did not get enough oxygen when he was born, which damaged his brain and affected his ability to move. That part is challenging, but at the same time, I believe that God doesn’t make a mistake. My son is not a burden. With him, God is testing my trust in him.”

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