DJ Zinhle’s Shows Off Her New Queen Asante Mohosana

DJ Zinhle’s Shows Off Her New Queen Asante Mohosana

For a long period, DJ Zinhle was able to keep her pregnancy a secret. There were rumors that she was having a child, but she stayed mute and refused to discuss her pregnancy in public.

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She only announced her pregnancy on social media recently, while promoting the teaser for her upcoming reality show. She then began to post more pictures of herself pregnant on social media.

When DJ gave birth, her second child’s father, MurdahBongz, revealed their maternity shoot on Instagram. When he posted those photographs, most people assumed he was simply expressing his gratitude for her and that she was still pregnant. This was not the case, though. He was excited to be a father, and happy that his child had finally come.

DJ Zinhle has welcomed a baby girl named Asante into the world. She reportedly gave delivery through c-section, with her child’s father by her side the entire time. DJ Zinhle gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, and her parents are overjoyed. DJ Zinhle is said to have chosen to keep the birth of her child a secret, alerting only close friends, family, and the crew with which she works. The child’s name is Asante.


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In the trailer for her reality program, she can be heard telling her brother and sister that Bongani, also known as MurdahBongz, claims that his family will not pay damages to someone who already has a child. Her siblings, on the other hand, can be heard suggesting that they will have to pay for the damages. Her mother can also be heard stressing that the damages will have to be paid for. Let’s see what happens on the show, which airs on BET on Saturdays at 19:30 p.m.

Even though she doesn’t show the face of the baby. She has started showing off her baby on social media. She is so doing through a campaign/ partnership with a nappy brand. The baby is still too young, and some cultures don’t allow one to show off the baby’s face until they are at least 3 months old.