DJ Zinhle said her daughter Kairo Forbes is very independent


DJ Zinhle and AKA‘s daughter Kairo Forbes is fast becoming a star in her own right and, according to her mom, is very independent. Kairo’s independence comes from me and Kiernan (AKA) always being on the road,” Zinhle said during her interview with Tarryn Kay Trussel van Louw on her show, The MVP Club recently. Zinhle was a “super-decisive” child and she believes this was inborn as she doesn’t think she taught her daughter how to be the way she is.

DJ Zinhle

“I’m so blessed, she’s so amazing. She’s very independent, super-kind, very affectionate, very decisive, more decisive than me. I don’t know where she gets it. I’m a new parent so I don’t know if we taught her that or whether she came like that if there’s a pre-package that you get. She’s super-independent and I think the independence comes from how Kiernan and I are just always on the road and always at work.

DJ Zinhle

Zinhle said Kairo understands that mommy and daddy have to work. It also comes from having conversations with her and she understands. We have real conversations with her, like she and I have this thing where we’re like ‘I need to talk to you.

DJ Zinhle

Zinhle said she has conversations with her daughter where they both check in on how the other is doing. Speaking to the Sunday Times at her home in Fourways, Johannesburg, Zinhle said Kairo’s grandmother, Lynn Forbes, had been running Kairo’s brand since the child’s birth.

“Kairo as a brand is the brainchild of Lynn. It’s something Lynn put together so it makes sense for her to run with it.’ Kiernan and I obviously have input in what she does at the end. Even before Kairo was born, Lynn was the one who was into the brand, getting partners.

In other news – DJ Black Coffee apologises to his fans

DJ Black Coffee has apologised to angry fans after heavy winds wreaked havoc with his Music Is King festival in Durban at the weekend. However, another concert has been lined up for Sunday.

DJ Black Coffee

After a sold-out show in Johannesburg on Saturday, fans had high hopes for the Durban leg. They were left disappointed and frustrated when the start of the show was delayed on Sunday and some of the acts cut from the line-up. Some took to social media to vent their frustration. Read more

Source: Timeslive