- Sarkodie’s daughter Titi has danced so well in a video
- Her father rapped while she jumped about making serious dance moves
- Titi and her father are so close and have shared many fun moments together
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Ghana’s highest rapper Sarkodie and his daughter Titi have shared a fun moment together.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Titi was captured dancing as if dancing was her career, while her father rapped.
The girl, obviously very happy about what she was doing jumped up and down.
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At a point, Titi made her father’s favourite dance moves where he hold his fist in the air and brings them down with the beat.
The video is so beautiful as it shows how tall Titi has grown at the age of four.
The little girl was in the news recently when she stunned her father’s friend with whom he was having a video call.
Titi stood behind her father and interrupted throughout the call.
Perhaps, seeing that her father was spending so much time on the call, Titi smartly said: “Daddy I’m with you”, as if to say she also needed attention.
She then laughed satirically and cupped her mouth with her hand when Sarkodie begged her to be quiet while he finished with the call.
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In another video published earlier by YEN.com.gh, Titi was captured rehearsing with daddy ahead of the 2019 Rapperholic Concert.
In yet another video, she was captured dancing on the plane while the family travelled on a first-class to the USA.
Titi again trended in the news on her fourth birthday which got both her mother Tracy Sarkcess and Sarkodie emotional as they shared beautiful photos to celebrate her day.
Tracy used the opportunity to flaunt Sarkodie’s huge Range Rover to prove that he is a rich man.
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