• Rue Baby recently posted a video on TikTok of her and her boyfriend casually walking towards their pool area holding hands in almost matching white fits.

Rue Baby
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Having chilled African parents who not only relate to the content of your generation but also let you enjoy it is one of the coolest things ever.

And Kenyan musician, Akothee seems to be just that.

Her second-born, Rue Baby recently posted a video on TikTok of her and her boyfriend Nelly Oaks casually walking towards their pool area holding hands in almost matching white fits.

However, the video wasn't a display of their romance. The audio Rue chose to go with the video had people shook, others even questioned Akothee's parenting skills.

Yes it's okay to make TikTok's with your parents, feature them on your Youtube channel and all but Rue according to most, was playing a dangerous game. The video flows with the lyrics from Flavour's song, Nwa Baby "sawa sawa sawale... ashawo, ashawo."

With the caption "when my mom wakes up at 10 am because her boyfriend slept over."

Fans took to her page to mostly sympathize with her on the occasion that her mom sees the video.

One wrote, "R.I.P girl, we loved you but you called death yourself."

Another "hope kuna mtu amekula block otherwise ICU is calling you." And yet another commented, "ukiona she's not replying that means she's not alive."

Rue replied two days later saying, "Thank God I'm alive aki wah" followed by two laughing emojis.

Would you try such a trend on your parents? How would your parents, especially your African mothers react to you posting such a video of them?

Let me know.

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