Watch: Siphiwe Tshabalala celebrates his daughter’s birthday in style
Kaizer Chiefs legend Siphiwe Tshabalala celebrated his daughter’s birthday in style.
Siphiwe Tshabalala remains one of the finest players to wear the Black and yellow jersey.
He has established himself as a Bafana Bafana legend, and his 2010 World Cup goals made him even more famous.
Since his retirement in 2021, many fans have checked with him away from football.
Indeed, Tshabalala has a beautiful family; on 1 September 2023, he was celebrating one of his family members.
Sharing an excellent video on his Instagram, Tshabalala spoke of how much he loved his daughter in a few words.
SIPHIWE TSHABALALA CELEBRATES HIS DAUGHTER’S BIRTHDAY
Indeed, it was a big day for the family as Siphiwe’s wife, Bokang, also showed her daughter some love.
The Miss South Africa 2010 had a lot to say celebrating her daughter’s birthday on 1 September 2023.
“To my perfect little girl…. HAPPY 3rd BIRTHDAY”
“So typical of you to make us chase you all over the street for a good 20 mins on your birthday before going to school this past Friday on your birthday 🙈😂 because you are you … o KGOSHIGADI ngwanaka❤️”
She continued speaking of her daughter’s attributes that she loved.
“You are feisty, beautifully stubborn , strong willed , tough , warm , kind and you have the most beautiful smile in the world … and I still can’t believe you are mine.
You remind me so much of myself… my little dancer and performer, my little one who fights for everything she wants and makes sure she wins.”
She spoke a lot more wishing her daughter a happy birthday as in the Instagram post below.
MZANSI WISH BOKANG’S BABY A HAPPY DAY
As Siphiwe Tshabalala celebrated her daughter’s birthday, so were many fans who responded to Bokang’s post.
“Happiest birthday, our Kgosikgadi be blessed with good health and happiness”
“How can this not bring laughter and joy! ❤️❤️❤️”
“Happiest birthday to miss Tshabalala 😘 Kgošigadi ya Bokang❤️❤️❤️.”
“Happy birthday to the princess!!! Fun fact: we actually gave birth to girls on the same day (1 September) at the same hospital a few rooms away from each other 💕”