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‘Babies take all the attention’: Prince Kaybee’s Zola on postpartum blues

DJ Prince Kaybee’s “baby mama” Zola Ayabulela Mhlongo, popularly as Zola Zeelovin, opened up about her experience with postpartum depression over the past weekend.

ZOLA ZEELOVIN: ‘POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION IS REAL’

Media personality Zola Zeelovin announced her pregnancy on 7 October. She and Prince Kaybee welcomed their first child together on 20 October. The media personality revealed that parenthood is not easy and she suffered from postpartum depression.

“I promised myself a self-care journey after giving birth, simply because the journey of parenting is not easy and you forget about yourself so easily,” she wrote on her Instagram story.

“Postpartum depression is real with all the life changes a mother goes through, and let me not even start with the waves of exhaustion I’ve been experiencing. So I am actively going to fetch my life,” she continued.

Postpartum depression is common but many mothers do not get the support they require at the time. Self-care is also a luxury that not all mothers can afford. If you are suffering from postpartum depression, the following tips may be important. 

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PRINCE KAYBEE: ‘NEW BORN BABIES TAKE ALL THE ATTENTION’

Zola Zeelovin is not the only one struggling with parenthood. Her “baby daddy” Prince Kaybee tweeted that newborn babies take all the attention.

“Newborn babies take all the attention,” tweeted Prince Kaybee.

After Prince Kaybee’s cheating and nudes scandal many were wondering whether he and Zola Zeelovin are still together and if he is in fact the father. In an interview with Tshisa LIVE he confirmed that they are still together and that he is the father of the baby.

“We’re still together … she’s not going anywhere,” said Prince Kaybee to Tshisa LIVE.

“I’m easily triggered … it’s not easy [turning the other cheek] psychologically how I grew up. You need to stand up for yourself as a man. As a boy it’s too much responsibility, so for me it f***ed with my mind for a very long time, [until] I met the girl of my dreams and we’ve been trying and trying … those kinds of little things, gestures of love, they change you,” he continued.

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