- Rapper, Sarkodie, has displayed his award cabinet on social media
- The Sub-Zero musician is seen standing in front of the cabinet as he hugs his daughter
- Titi seen welcoming her dad back home with a big hug
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Multiple award-winning rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, famed as Sarkodie, has given his fans a sneak-peak into the cabinet that houses some of the accolades he has won during his career.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Sarkodie is seen receiving a 'welcome back home' hug from his first child and daughter, Titi.
The Can't Let You Go singer is seen standing in front of the huge cabinet that houses his trophies from local and international award events.
One cannot tell how huge the cabinet is, but from the angle of the video, it is possible that the awards, indeed, were many.
Counting from the video, one can notice 12 awards from respected award schemes in Ghana and elsewhere around the globe.
Sarkodie has received accolades from award schemes including the Ghana Music Awards, BET Awards, BET Hip Hop Awards, EMY Africa Awards, 3 Music Awards, MTV Africa Music Awards, All Africa Music Awards, and African Entertainment Awards USA, to mention but a few.
The rapper has received countless nominations from all over the world and has put Ghana on the map by going on stage to pick up awards he was nominated for outside the country.
Not too long ago, Sarkodie and his wife Tracy welcomed their second child, a boy, in the United States of America.
The family had to stay in the North American country for months due to the closure of borders that had been necessitated by the outbreak of COVID-19.
Even though many people suspected that Tracy was pregnant, Sarkodie himself came out to dispel the rumors going around.
However, when they arrived in Ghana from the USA, pictures of a fourth person, a baby, was seen in Tracy's arms and confirmed that indeed, they had welcomed a new family member.
Sarkodie used the opportunity of Father's Day to introduce his son to the world as he took to his Instagram account to post a photo with him.
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