Video Of Sarkodie and Tracy Sarkcess' newborn baby boy drops

Video Of Sarkodie and Tracy Sarkcess' newborn baby boy drops

- Sarkodie and his family have finally arrived in Ghana

- They arrived on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, with Tracy Sarkcess holding a new baby

- A video of the newborn baby has popped up online

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Sarkodie and his wife, Tracy Sarkcess, and their daughter, Titi Sarkcess, have finally arrived in Ghana after months of staying abroad.

Upon their arrival on the night of Wednesday, June 17, 2020, Sarkodie's wife was spotted holding a baby.

While their arrival has generated a lot of attention, it is the newly born baby Tracy was carrying that has got the most traction.

This stems from the fact that Sarkodie and his wife categorically denied reports that they had welcomed a new baby boy back in January.

As reported by YEN.com.gh, there had been viral reports on social media suggesting that Tracy Sarkcess had delivered a prince for Sarkcess music. But in swift reply, Sarkodie state that the report was not true.

It has there been surprising for many to see Tracy Sarkcess carrying such a newly born baby upon their arrival.

Following the social media buzz about the baby, a video has popped up showing a closer view of the baby.

The video sighted by YEN.com.gh is also from their arrival as they waited to be bused away to begin their 14-day mandatory quarantine.

The video has Tracy Sarkcess siting while the lied on her laps while Sarkodie walked nearby with Titi playing around.

The video gives a clearer view of the newborn baby and confirms that he is a boy as earlier reported.

Meanwhile, Sarkodie has finally confirmed the birth of his second child, a son as earlier reported

The rapper has shared a photo of the newborn baby on social media. Sarkodie also revealed the name of the baby as he celebrated Fathers Day

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