Watch| Kwesta Dakar and wife reveal the gender of their second baby

"A daddy with daughters". (Photo: DRUM).
"A daddy with daughters". (Photo: DRUM).

Kwesta Dakar is one of South African's most loved rappers. and he clearly values and loves his family.

Kwesta married Yolanda, a business owner and artist manager in May 2019 after the couple have been together for nine years. They have an eight year old beautiful daughter, Khai.

Earlier this month the couple announced that they are pregnant with their second baby in a stunning photo-shoot. 

When Kwesta and Yolanda revealed this pregnancy via Instagram,  she wrote in the caption, "And then there were FOUR…It's official, our little family is growing. We’re expecting! As we celebrate a decade of love and being together."

Yolanda added, "God chose us and trusted us with another beautiful blessing that is half of me & half of my love."

"We so excited and thankful for this miracle and can’t wait to meet our sweet baby in just 3 months time" she gushed. 

Yolanda revealed a video yesterday on Instagram that their bundle of joy is a baby girl. 

In another instagram post, translated from Zulu, she shared "Daddy's team has lost with 2 - 0... A dad with Daughters with hearts." 

In a gender reveal video, the couple's first daughter, Khai, plays with a large balloon before Kwesta pops the balloon to reveal the pink confetti.

Watch the video below:

In the comments some of Mzansi's other celebrities wished them well, and congratulated them on their blessing.

Not all plain sailing 

Kwesta has previously shared how he suffered through financial struggles with Baby Khai in 2012, and that could not see his daughter for a month after she was born, due to a tour he was on at the time.

We hope that lockdown and finances do not stand in the way of this couple celebrating their bundle of joy.

Compiled for Parent24 by Athenkosi Mndende


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