The wife of Ghanaian Dancehall musician Stonebwoy, Louisa Satekla, has made a public appearance for the first time after her delivery.
Mrs. Stonebwoy, as seen in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh looked fresher and younger, and one could hardly know that she had just delivered, if not told.
Her tummy looked flatter, even though she is a mother of two.
Louisa also looked more beautiful, and this goes a long way to tell that she is really taking good care of herself, of course, her rich husband has a huge role to play in this.
YEN.com.gh also gathered that the video was shot by Stonebwoy himself as he was heard speaking in the background.
He told the wife that she was looking prettier after delivery, and affectionately called her “Obaa” meaning lady.
Stonebwoy was also heard calling his wife “Wifey wifey”, and added in Ga “Miny3mi” meaning “my sister”
The video, shot outside Ghana, is simply beautiful and this shows how much the couple love each other.
Stonebwoy’s fans have commented on it with sweet compliments.
For instance, an Instagram user, Hasana, wrote that it was sweet watching Stonebwoy and Louisa:
hasana690: “So sweet watching u two.”
Charlove also said she watched the video more than 20 times:
noncharlove: “I watched this video more than 20times .”
Roseline noted that with Stonebwoy praising his wife’s looks, it was possible that a third baby would come soon:
roseline_berko: “He says she make fine oo... Third one will come soon eei stone no dey play oo.”
Nanacee also said love is sweet:
ceenanacee: “Awww I keep watching this video saaaa love is sweet papa, America babies .”
Qwame commented that marriage is beautiful:
iamqwame: “Marriage is beautiful bossman tops all❤️.”
Sean also described the video as “soo nice”:
shadsbeck_sean: “This is so nice.”
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Meanwhile, Stonebwoy and his wife are reported to currently be in the US where she delivered their second child, a boy.
The couple already have a girl, Jidula, who was born some six months after their marriage in 2017.
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