Rapper Cassper Nyovest and his bae Thobeka Majozi are on cloud nine after the birth of their first child.
The Tito Mboweni hitmaker took to social media late on Sunday evening to post a picture of himself dressed in medical scrubs and preparing for the birth, writing “Let’s f*cking go”.
He told fans on Twitter that nothing could prepare him for the moment he saw his son, revealing that their little one had arrived and the couple had named him Khotso.
The rapper may be one of the most outspoken and public celebs in Mzansi, but he plans to keep his newborn son out of the spotlight and away from the “real life witches” on social media.
Cassper has told his fans he prefers to keep things private.
Responding to suggestions that he prays to keep his “jealous” enemies at bay, Cassper said that he wanted to protect his family from the evil of social media.
“Prayer has been my weapon! That’s why I won’t post my child on these platforms. Besides the millions that love us and want to share with us, we are also amongst real life witches and they prey on moments like these or people like us,” he said.
He added that he was careful to “never be caught off guard”.
Cassper has been fiercely protective of Thobeka ever since they started dating, trying his best to keep her out of the spotlight.
Weighing in on the hate he received for showing up to his bae’s baby shower last month in a tracksuit, Cassper said he wanted to keep his family away from all the “broken souls” on social media.
“(There are) too many broken souls on these apps. That’s why I keep my private life away. That’s why my private life is so good and healthy!” he added.
Speaking to Somizi on the star’s hit TV talk show Dinner at Somizi’s, Cassper said he wanted to teach his child to be respectful and God-fearing.
“Overall I think the most important thing I will teach my son is to love God; and secondly to be fearless and just go for your dreams. Just to add your stroke to the painting of the world,” he said.