Yaa Pono's wife and daughter seen dancing in adorable video
- Wife and daughter of Ghanaian rapper, Yaa Pono, have shown off their dance moves after as seen in a new video
- Molly Q and her daughter Leven, displayed dance skills for the camera in celebration of International Daughter's Day
- This is one of the very few times that a video of Yaa Pono's family has gone viral on social media
The wife and daughter of Ghanaian musician Yaa Pono, known in real life as Solomon Antwi, have got social media buzzing with their new dance video.
In the video, the rapper's wife Molly Q, played a beautiful song as she flaunted herself together with her daughter, Leven.
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Little Leven tried to emulate her mother as she also turned her neck and tried to dance to the music.
This is one of the very few times that a video of Yaa Pono's wife and daughter has surfaced on social media.
Even though a lot is seen about the rapper, the identity of his wife and daughter seemed to have been hidden from fans.
Deducing from the video, it is evident that the rapper is taking good care of his family, a reason they are excited.
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Yaa Pono's daughter, Leven, is known to be residing abroad, depicting that the video was shot when her mother visited.
The 'Obiaa Wo Ne Master' hitmaker is currently playing some concerts as part of his tour in Europe.
Meanwhile, Kwaw Kese and his daughter were also in the news after the little girl played the Dondo drum in a video.
While at home with her father, 3-year-old Docilia Nana Hemaa asked her father if he was ready for a performance.
She then went on to play the Dondo while singing her father's current hit song titled 'Dondo' featuring Skonti.
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