Mzansi celebs took to social media to shower the most important women in their lives with love and thanks.
The posts included their mothers, grandmothers, and the women who gave birth to their beautiful children. Here are just a handful of the loving tributes posted on Mother’s Day.
When my mom passed away, we all had lost. But with you, I am not motherless. You’re not just my aunt but you’ve been there for me and understood me and loved me.
This bombshell shares a very close bond with her gorgeous mom, Modiehi Thulo. Boity’s mom also has a rather large following on both her Instagram and Twitter. Yes mama! In fact, if you still remember, she was in a bit of a situation not so long ago when she shared a tweet that was said to have been homophobic. Eish.
We now know where J’Something gets his good looks. Yep, it’s definitely from his mama Maria. Would you look at that smile! O amigo, there’s no doubt, you are your mother’s son. The singer revealed that he was raised by his single mom so there’s no wonder why he’s always raving about her. Beautiful!
Bonginkosi Mahlangu, aka Kid X, says his mom is a super mom who has moulded and guided him into the man that he is today. This is so special. Look how incredibly sweet he looks next to his mama. We absolutely love this!
Dj Zinhle has definitely been making her mama proud with all the incredible moves she’s been making this year. She hosted a lavish house warming earlier this year and oh what joy she must have brought her mother with such a grand milestone. Mama ka Kairo is so inspiring though!
Miss Lira, is that your older sister or what? This mother and daughter are just so beautiful and radiant. #BlackDontCrack honey!
Amanda Du Pont
Oh, we are just lovin’ on Amanda and her Mommy, Antoinette. If we didnt know better, I bet we’d think they are sisters, right? Amanda says her mama has taught her to always smile even when there’s nothing to smile about. So profound and also we LOVE that smile girl so keep smiling. Your mama knows best for real.
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