- Shatta Wale and Michy's son, Majesty, has given tips on the COVID-19 outbreak in a new video
- In the video shared by his father, Majesty showed Ghanaians how they could avoid being infected
- The video has warmed hearts on social media with many fans praising him
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Music star Shatta Wale, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, has shared a new video of his son, Majesty, on social media.
The new video has the handsome and adorable little boy giving some tips about the novel Coronavirus diseases, simply known as COVID-19.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, a shirtless Majesty, in his dreadlocks and with a necklace around his neck, was seen advising Ghanaians about how to keep themselves from contracting COVID-19.
Behaving like a newscaster l, Majesty urged Ghanaians to sanitise their hands and keep the environment clean in order to avoid the disease.
"Hello, this is the news. If you don't wanna catch the Coronavirus, you must sanitise your hands and keep Ghana clean. Thank you!," Majesty said.
Shatta Wale first shared the video on his social media pages with the caption: "Attention !! Attention !!! Majesty with the Morning news on Corona Virus !!! ❤️#Staysafe,"
Following Majesty's message, many of is fathers followers on social media have flooded the comment section with praises for the boy.
Of the many comments, more than half were about Majesty good looks with loads of fans describing him as cute.
On-air-personality Afia Schwarzenegger (@queenafiaschwarzenegger) was one of those who described Majesty as cute: "He is cute."
@magdalenechapman_ who sounded awed by Majesty's looks said: "Such a cutie❤️."
@mizkuks was thankful to Majesty for the tips: "Thank you your majesty ."
@rent_and_buy_properties thought Majesty and his father shared great resemblance: "But this guy looks like the father ooeii."
The video of Majesty comes after his mother, Michy, shared new photos and a video from his career day in school.
In the photos and video, Majesty was seen dressed in a white gown like a doctor and he the melted hearts of fans on social media.
From his tips, the four year looks to be practising what he dreams of becoming in the future.
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