Mzbel opens up on her son’s unique eating habits; asks social media fans for answers

Mzbel opens up on her son’s unique eating habits; asks social media fans for answers

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Popular Ghanaian music artiste, Mzbel, has opened up on unique eating habits her son, Nana Kwame Adepa, has picked up.

According to her, Nana hates meat so she forces him to eat fish and chicken. She added that he prefers fruits and vegetables and is addicted to onions

She consequently took to social media to wonder if these traits were normal for a child of his age; her fans came in with various responses.

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@rebeccabrown267: Thank God he prefers fruits and veggies

@irenevin123: Just like my son the way I hate that thing erh you will not eat meat how

@rhlovor: I guess that is his taste and preference. Keep it up Hun

@nutritionandall: Don’t force meat or chicken on him. Give him other protein sources like beans, tofu, soy, milk, peanut butter, cheese, eggs, mushrooms, nuts and seeds etc.

@gifty.debrah: He could be a vegetarian but I think it's a bit took early to conclude. Some kids are like that. Very choosy. Most kids don't like fish especially boys. Time will tell. . Right choice tho. Bless him

@tagboreyram: That's how I was when I was a kid and still, am like that

@akuasbeauty: Such kids grow up to b very intelligent

In other news, the Shatta Movement has wished Shatta Wale’s son, Majesty, well as he turned a year older on Saturday, July 11, 2020.

In a photo shared on social media, Majesty is seen wearing a singlet and ash shorts with shoes to match.

Seated on a flat of wood and with his hands outstretched to hold another piece of wood above his head, he has his eyes focused on something that is not immediately clear.

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