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Tinashe Venge
2 minute read
5 Dec 2017
7:46 am

PIC: Meet Julius Malema’s adorable baby son

Tinashe Venge

EFF Leader, Julius Malema became a father for the second time in October 2016, but we all had to wait for over a year to see a picture of his son.

The Commander in Chief welcomed his second son last year; his first child with wife, Mantwa Matlala. However, neither parent was in any hurry to show off a picture of their son and they have gone on to raise him in almost complete privacy.

Considering that we are living in an era where the likes of Kenny Kunene sold pictures of his youngest son to the highest bidder, it’s extremely commendable that Julius and Mantwa value their privacy so seriously.

They waited patiently, only introducing their son to friends and family, before Julius decided that the time to share his photo with the world had finally come. Malema took to Instagram to share a picture, captioning it:

“Ladies and gentlemen meet the one and only Fighter Munzhedzi Malema of the Mašupatsela a Economic Freedom Fighters.”

The comments section was filled by followers who found the one-year-old to be both incredibly adorable, and a future EFF Leader in the making.

“Future leadership. Nice one my leader.”

“Issa small fighter (sic)”

“Oh wow Bro @julius.malema.sello he’s going to be a very handsome jolly figher. And another people’s Bae I tell you (sic)”

Check out the adorable father-son picture below:
The comments section was filled by followers who found the one-year-old to be both incredibly adorable, and a future EFF Leader in the making

“Future leadership. Nice one my leader.”

“Issa small fighter (sic)”

“Oh wow Bro @julius.malema.sello he’s going to be a very handsome jolly figher. And another people’s Bae I tell you (sic)”

Check out the adorable father-son picture below:

 

OG’s humble family. If it’s possible fam, let’s avoid kissing other people’s kids on the lips 👄please.🙈

A post shared by Juliusmalemasello (@julius.malema.sello) on

 

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