Boity Thulo Wishes Her Mom A Happy Birthday With A Sweet Message!

Boity Thulo has penned a sweet birthday message to her mom, Modiehi. The rapper took to social media to share that her beautiful mother taught her to be independent and to work hard.


The Bakae hitmaker said she cannot wait to celebrate her mother today, 3 September. Boity and Modiehi share a special bond and they are known for serving Mzansi with major mother-daughter goals. She shared a snap of her gorgeous mom on Instagram and captioned it:

"Happy birthday to my Queen! September has always been my harvest season and it’s deeply rooted in it being my mom’s birth month! Thank you for teaching me courage, independence, hard work, love, patience and perseverance."
Boity Thulo Wishes Her Mom A Happy Birthday With A Sweet Message!

Boity, who is also a reality TV star, praised her mom for being a good role model to her.
"Most importantly, thank you for leading me by example. I love you dearly and I can’t wait to celebrate you today!! HAPPEEEEEE!!!"

Boity's fans have also taken to her comment section to wish the stunner's mother a special day.

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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee penned a heartfelt birthday message to his eldest son, Esona. The star took to social media to wish Esona a special day on 18 August. He was turning 21.

The proud dad thanked Esona for being the best "grootman" to his younger siblings. Now we know that when Coffee is travelling across the world making money for his fam, Esona makes sure that his siblings are on their best behaviour.
"My son turns 21 today, wow where did time go!!! Thank you for being such an amazing human being, the best Grootman to your siblings, the captain of the team and for being grounded and respectful, not just to me and your mother but to everyone."

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The Drive hitmaker also expressed how grateful he is to his son for allowing him to go through the fatherhood journey with him.

Source: Briefly.co.za


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