- 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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Award-winning rapper Sarkodie, known private life as Michael Owusu Addo, has confirmed the birth of his second child.
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Sarkodie and his wife, Tracy Sarkcess, and their daughter, Titi Sarkcess, arrived in Ghana on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, after months of staying abroad.
Upon their arrival on the night of Sarkodie's wife was spotted in a photo holding a baby and it sparked a lot of reactions on social media.
The reactions largely stemmed from the fact that Sarkodie and his wife had denied reports that they had welcomed a new baby boy back in January.
But in celebration of Fathers Day on Sunday, June 21, 2020, Sarkodie has put all rumours by showing off the newborn baby.
In a post on his Twitter, Sarkodie shared a photo of himself as a kid with his father Augustine Owusu Addo. Beside that photo was one of the rapper and his newborn son.
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From his caption, Sarkodie named the baby after himself and thus will be called Michael Nana Yaw Owusu Addo Junior with 'MJ' as his nickname.
"#FathersDay Augustine Owusu Addo > Michael Owusu Addo > the “King” Michael Nana Yaw Owusu Addo Jr aka “MJ”, his caption read.
Meanwhile, Tracy Sarkcess has wished her husband a happy Father's Day with an adorable post.
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Several people have been reacting to the photo and post of Tracy Sarkcess on Twitter.
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