- Yaa Pono's beautiful and eloquent daughter Levin Antwi has turned a year older
- Born in 2016, Levin is four years old today, Wednesday, March 4, 2020
- The rapper took to social media to share photos of his daughter
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Ghanaian rapper Ponobiom, previously known as Yaa Pono, has flaunted his beautiful daughter Leven Antwi in new photos on social media.
Today, Wednesday, March 4, 2020, marks the birthday of the beautiful and eloquent Leven.
Born in 2016, the little girl is celebrating her fourth birthday.
To mark the special occasion, Ponobiom took to social media to share photos of his daughter.
First, Ponobiom shared photos from the early childhood of his daughter.
Captioning the photos, Ponobiom indicated that the birth of Leven has made him complete.
"EVER SINCE U CAME INTO MY LIFE I FEEL PERFECT EVERYTIME, TODAY YOU TURNED 4 YEARS OLD .. @uptownprincess11 JAH COVER US OVERALL ... LEVEN AGEIWAA ANTWI," he wrote.
In another set of photos, Ponobiom could be seen lying down with Leven.
Later, the rapper shared another photo of Leven disclosing that she was going for an outing.
The photos got some of the rapper's followers to join him in celebrating the little girl on her new age.
In other news, Afia Schwar has finally opened up on how she met one of her ex-husbands, Lawrence Abrokwa.
According to her, she had eight surgeries after being diagnosed with kidney stones and fibroids.
After the surgery, Afia recounted that she could not do anything on her own and was confined to her wheelchair.
Consequently, her brother, whom she lived with, employed the services of a white nurse to look after her, but the charges were exorbitant leaving them with no option than to let the nurse go.
Eventually, the chance came for Abrokwa to be employed solely to take care of Afia’s needs.
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