- A young baby has been captured in a trending video as he rejected baby food for alcohol meant for adults
- The age of the child is not disclosed but he appears to be only months old
- The real reason behind his craving and choice is not clear
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A young baby who appears to be less than a year old has been captured in a rather interesting video as he rejected baby food for alcohol meant for people over 18 years.
In the video, the young chap was offered a feeding bottle which he instantly rejected and looked as though he was even about to cry for being forced to take it.
However, immediately the feeding bottle was withdrawn and replaced with a bottle of alcohol, the young baby became instantly excited at just the sight of it.
See video below:
He stretched forth his hand with his eyes popping up in excitement and grabbed the drink with both hands like it's something he had longed for, for a long time.
It is not clear what made the child portray the rather unusual craving and whether he has been fed with the drink before but that would be interesting to know.
Whatever the reason was, it was shocking to see such a young baby long for a substance that many adults are even seeking to stop as a habit.
In another interesting report, popular Ghanaian rapper Strongman has said that he regrets not having nine children by now, attributing the sentiment to his past ignorance about the joy of fatherhood.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Twitter handle of the Transformer hitmaker, Strongman categorically said he never knew fatherhood was so sweet, which is why he has only one child.
The renowned musician did not explain exactly what has made his experience as a father so enjoyable as he only shared a photo of his beautiful daughter along with the statement made.
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