How Amapiano Dads Celebrated Father’s Day
How Amapiano Dads Celebrated Father’s Day. In South Africa, Fathers Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June, which means that families get the opportunity to spend the day together. Many South Africans enjoy the day by going out for a picnic, fishing, or a meal in a restaurant. South Africans use Fathers Day as an opportunity to celebrate and to focus on the important role that Fathers play in nurturing children and building a stronger society.
Amapiano stars took to social media sharing how they spend their Father’s day and with their children. The day is a celebration of fathers and to honour fatherhood, paternal bonds and the role fathers play in society. Amapiano certified groovist star, Oscar Mbo celebrated Father’s day with his son “Father’s Day Lunch at the Don’s school.
Josiah De Disciple spent him Father’s day with his daughter. He also shared a couple of father-daughter snaps of them together.
Cassper also shared his cute moment with his son, Khotso, and captioned it: “Thank you Khotso. Swipe left to see what happened to my beautiful father’s day card. Hahaha.”
Kabza De Small received a thoughtful gift from DJ Zinhle with a bote of Champagne and cologne, and captioned it: “In a day and age where there is so much going on, we take time out to celebrate a different class of men, Those who go to unimaginable lengths to ensure that their families are kept and taken care off. Being celebrated today just not as a public figure but as a father is a feeling like no other, Thank you to @djzinhle for taking your time to think about us fathers and celebrate us how you see fitting and it truly is, I loved this gift.”
Khuli Chana was also in high spirits celebrating Father’s day with his daughter and nephew. He wrote, “For a guy who loves to turn up🥂🍷🙆🏾♂️ I’m convinced that My daughter and my nephew are the only reason why I’m aging gracefully👌🏽 #NevergrowUp#HappyFathersDay.”
Semi tee also took to social media to post a snap of his bundle of joy, celebrating a Father’s day.
Other public figures who celebrated the day include One SA movement leader Mmusi Maimane, Springbok captain Siya Kolisi, musician AKA, and former home affairs spokesperson Mayihlome Tshwete