DJ Khaled flaunts 2 cute sons as blessings in recent stunning photos

DJ Khaled flaunts 2 cute sons as blessings in recent stunning photos

- American DJ Khaled has told his fans and followers what being very blessed means to him

- DJ Khaled took to his Instagram page to share a photo of himself and his sons

- The record producer described his boys as his blessings

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For some people, blessings go beyond having a bank account full of money or acquiring properties worth huge amounts of money. And no matter how wealthy a person is, there are some things that one cannot buy with it.

For these people, blessings are the simple things of life, which may be good health, peace, among many other things.

American DJ and record executive, Khaled Mohamed Khaled, popularly known as DJ Khaled, took to his social media page to let his fans and followers know what being very blessed means to him as he shared photos of himself and his baby boys on his Instagram page.

To the record producer, having his children around him equals being blessed.

The popular DJ was pictured sleeping close to his two sons, Asahd Tuck and Aalam on a bed. Soaking in the moment that was captured by his wife, the media personality said that the beautiful photo is what being very blessed looked like.

The American DJ has proven to be a doting father as he has been seen tending to his boys. In 2016 when DJ Khaled welcomed his first son, he was so excited and did everything to let the world know that he loves his son. The singer even produced two albums in honour of his son.

He welcomed his second son in January 2020, and he has his photos splashed on his social media page as he proudly describes him as his boy.

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