Titi Sarkcess, the daughter of rapper Sarkodie is once again gaining all the spotlight not long after she was seen interrupting her father's video call with a pal .
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In a recent video online, Sarkodie was seen spending time with his princess but seemed quite distracted.
Titi Sarkcess, on the other hand, is seen having the fun of her life as every kid her age would be doing amid the lockdown because of the dreaded coronavirus pandemic.
It seems, it’s all a Titi play day with her father, who was attending to something salient before getting back to spend time with her.
In the heart-warming video, which has Sarkodie standing with a phone, Titi is seen heartily dancing to a banger with smiles.
She seemed unperturbed about the prevailing circumstance caused by the coronavirus that has claimed six lives here in Ghana.
Titi proved her dance moves while her father stood behind her rapping.
It appears the award-winning rapper is taking advantage of the lockdown to spend quality time with his daughter.
And this latest video, which is warming hearts is evidence that the two are making the best moment capturing it in sound and videos.
Many have reacted to the video after it popped up online.
Yaw Mensah said: ''Wow, lovely girl. Yo are my princess.''
''Goodness, such a beautfiul girl,''Yaw Flex wrote.
''Titi, Titi, we love you. Sark over Shatta,''Emelia Sabolai wrote.
Watch video below.
In other news, it would be recalled that YEN.com.gh reported that Titi Sarkcess interrupted her father’s video call with a friend.
She was craving for her father’s attention during the call when she said “Daddy I’m with you”.
The friend had said earlier that children were happy to spend time with their parents due to the current world condition.
This got Titi laughing and saying ''yesss''.
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