Kofi Kinaata shares rear throwback photo; fans say "God is good"
- An old photo of the Kofi Kinaata has popped up and it is gaining attention online
- The photo shows Kinaata as a little boy
- In another light, the photo shows Kinaata again as a teenager
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Award-winning rapper Kofi Kinaata is in the news once again after a rare throwback photo of him surfaced online.
The throwback photo shows the three phases of Kofi Kinaata's life from an infant through to a teenager and finally a man.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh Kofi Kinaata as a teenager is seen wearing a funny looking 'togas' and a camouflage shirt.
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The infant Kinaata is also seen looking all innocent while wearing a white shirt with shorts and designs of flowers in the dress.
But the adult Kinaata is seen wearing a 'Kaftan' and shades to go with it.
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The photo shows a complete transformation of the 'Behind the Scenes' hitmaker.
Sharing the photo, Kinaata captioned it saying : "#ThrowBackWithKinaata #KinaataSomeYearsBack."
However most of Kinaata's fans took to social media to commend him for how good God has been to him.
@richardyeboah9: "God is good"
@ohemaahkyeibag: "Kofi ,God is good. Much Legend"
@nrenzahphilip: "Hmmmmm mm nyame ay3 bii"
@lami_hipsy : "Martin"
@naa.yarley_: "I can't believe my eyes wait is it money or age"
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See the photo below:
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that popular Kumawood actress Matilda Asare has got social media talking after photos of her son and herself went viral.
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Matilda Asare was seen holding her son closely as they posed for the camera.
In the photo sighted YEN.com.gh, Matilda Asare was seen in an orange dress with an orange fascinator to match.
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