- KiDi has once again flaunted his 3-year-old son
- The singer featured his son in his Say Cheese video
- The video has attracted massive reactions from his fans on social media
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Lynx Entertainment signee, Dennis Nana Dwamena, known in showbiz as KiDi, has wowed social media users with a father and son post.
The singer has shown his three-year-old son to the world for the second time.
KiDi has released a new video on social media in which he featured his look-alike son.
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In the video seen by YEN.com.gh, KiDi is captured enjoying a daddy and son time at home with his new “Say Cheese” song playing in the background of the video.
Captioning the video, he wrote: “Sunday funday featuring my boss, Zane #SayCheeseChallenge.”
The video is currently trending on Instagram and social media users can't keep mute about it.
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The 26-year-old's loyal fans took to the comment section to cheer KiDi and his son.
@acquaye_vernon2020: "Father and son moments."
@sabanaherren2020: "So cutee the little boy."
@stephanie.peprah_: "OMG this is soo cute .... he’s growing so big."
@zealandz: " I CANNOT HANDLE THIS LEVEL OF CUTENESS I GO DIE."
@prisca.pris_26: "@kidimusic you're really enjoying with your son oo."
Watch the video below:
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YEN.com.gh previously reported a story about KiDi talking about his son.
KiDi revealed that he intentionally kept his son away from the media for 3 years.
According to him, the judgemental nature of Ghanaians did make him feel comfortable telling his fans about his son.
KiDi recalled that he had the baby boy a few months after the MTN Hitmaker competition, denying that he was popular at the time.
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