- Shatta Wale and his son, Majesty have stepped out in new video
- The two rocked matching Gucci Mickey shirts as they cruised in a car
- According to Shatta Wale, they were going to buy ice cream
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Dancehall superstar Shatta Wale and his son, Majesty, have given father and son goals in a new video on social media.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale is seen cruising in one of his cars with the little boy.
Shatta Wale who wore the same outfits, Mickey Gucci, with 'bandana' on their heads were engaged in a conversation.
From their conversation in the car, the two had stepped out of the house to go and buy ice cream in town.
Shatta Wale is heard asking Majesty what type of ice cream he likes and he answered that he liked strawberry flavour.
After that, the Dancehall star told Mjaesty that they were both wearing the same attire which he called Mickey Gucci.
Majesty then exclaims that the the name reminds him of the Mickey Mouse cartoon he has been watching on TV.
The video with Majesty after Shatta Wale and Dancehall colleague Stonebwoy were spotted spending time together in a new video.
In the video, Shtta Wale and Stonebwoy decided to give 'free promotion' to Eku Juice, the pineapple juice product from Ekumfi Fruits and Juices Company.
The video as sighted by YEN.com.gh has the two music stars sitting behind a table with their nose masks on while endorsing the product.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy had met on the street.
In videos, Shatta Wale, simply known now as 1DON, was seen with his expensive Mercedes Benz S550, which he bought not long ago.
Wearing a plain white t-shirt and pair of trousers, Shatta Wale showered Stonebwoy with accolades as he kept shouting his nickname, 1GAD, while he recorded their meet up on his phone.
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