The son of Shatta Wale and Michy, Majesty, has for the first time spoken and fans can’t keep calm.
YEN.com.gh has seen a video of Shatta Wale’s son Majesty, having a lovely chat with the mother Michy.
In the video shared by the mother, Majesty was telling her mother a story about a frog, and it is worthy to note that this is the first time Majesty has spoken for the public to see.
According to Michy, Majesty decided to lure her with that fictitious story because she said he would not play games in the house anymore.
The smart boy Majesty reasoned that he had to find a way into the mother’s heart to have his desires granted, hence, the story.
According to the four-year-old boy, there was a frog who leaped on a grass, but the grass tickled him, adding that “that’s the end”.
More touching was when he began his story telling with “Mummy I love you”.
The mother responded quickly that she also loved him, giving him the motivation to tell his story.
Fans who have seen the video are touched by Majesty’s smartness, and have commented.
Ephia called Majesty a smart boy:
ephia_papabi: “Smart boy....)se time tells.”
Sandra also liked the frog story:
arbynarh_sandra: “I love the part that the grass was tickling the frog.”
Yaa said Majesty is too cute and she was in love with him:
aabiibii: “He is soo cute, I'm in love.”
Tina also said Majesty is a smart boy:
tinabams: “I love him soon much.....such a smart boy.”
Aba loves Majesty because he is so cute and loving:
nyenaba: “Aaawww he’s soo cute and loving.”
Afua called Majesty a brilliant boy:
afua_s.a: “ brilliant young boy.”
Bass had a different concern altogether about Shatta Wale:
1_g_1_bass: “He's watching .”
Shatta Wale had cried over his son complaining that Michy had taken him away from him.
According to the musician, he had not seen Majesty for five months and this has affected him in a way.
He also revealed that the boy has been expelled from school because of the actions of his mother Michy.
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