- Wanluv The Kuborlor has flaunted his children – a boy and girl - in a new photos
- He was captured playing with them as they climbed his back
- The girl bears a striking resemblance with Wanluv’s young sister, Deborah Vanessa
- Fans have praised Wanluv and the children
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Comic musician Wanluv The Kubolor has flaunted two of his seven children in three new photos.
In the post, the location was captured as Svendborg, a municipality in Denmark. He visited the children who live there with their mother to perhaps, spend some time with them.
The two kids who are white people, appear so excited as they mounted his back while he stooped low for them to.
The photos also show that Wanluv is a great father despite his controversial attitude within the media space.
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Many people have praised him and the children.
Iveth, for instance, commented Wanluv’s daughter is so pretty:
ivethstunner: “She's Soo pretty.”
Abena also described the photos as beautiful:
Peer admired Wanluv’s family:
Quansimaah says the children are cute:
quansimaah: “They cute.”
Mr. Adjetey called the family “amazing”:
mr.adjetey: “Amazing !!!”
Akosua loves Wanluv for being a good father:
akosua_the_chosen_one: “I love this man.”
Abena could not stop admiring them:
Meanwhile, Wanluv has seven children in all. They are of different mothers as he has said on my occasions that he loves women and wants to have more kids.
His seven children have what people have described as funny and weird names. The names, as published earlier by YEN.com.gh are Obonsam Po Sro, Mali Wasti, Ama Manpi, Tivi, Kojolesco, Radio, and Ebony.
Though some people have raised concerns about the names, Kuborlor is unperturbed. He is known as the only musician who walks barefooted and without attire.
He is a big brother to musician Sister Deborah, and so it is nothing extraordinary that his daughter looks like her.
The two have a Ghanaian father, Dr. Owusu Bonsu, and a Romanian mother.
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