- Kevin-Prince Boateng has released photos of one of his sons called Jermaine-Prince Boateng and many social media users are going gaga
- Many people were amazed by the fact that Kevin had another son while others who knew the boy were surprised by his all-grown-up appearance
- However, a number of ladies were excited by the fact that he looked extremely handsome or even 'beautiful'
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Ghanaian international, Kevin-Prince Boateng, has released photos of his son called Jermaine-Prince Boateng who is now all grown up.
Jermaine Prince Boateng is the brother of Maddox-Prince Boateng who is the second son of the renowned Ghanaian football player.
Jermaine-Prince looked so great in the photos released by Kevin on his verified Instagram handle sighted by YEN.com.gh that thousands of reactions quickly poured over it.
See the photos below:
Some of the ladies who bumped into the photo called him beautiful while other people were amazed at his sudden bodily development.
Check out some of the comments below:
A beautiful young gentleman
Didn't know that u have a second son
Yeeeoo growth spurt you should be proud man. Blessings to the fam
Meanwhile, as it was earlier reported, the renowned Ghanaian footballer, Kevin-Prince Boateng, has vowed to start using boots that are branded with the tag 'Black Lives Matter'.
YEN.com.gh sighted the rather powerful and interesting post on the verified Twitter handle of renowned Ghanaian skipper who signed to play with AC Monza beginning on September 28, 2020.
According to the half-brother brother of German international, Jerome Boateng, he is never going to stop promoting the movement with the boots because it means a lot to him.
In another report sighted by YEN.com.gh, Roni Edwin, a 16-year-old Upper 6th Form Student (equivalent to SHS) of the Ghana International School has become the first Ghanaian student to win a medal at the International Math Olympiad.
According to a report by Gis.edu.gh, the brilliant young Ghanaian won a bronze medal at the competition and his score was the highest in the whole of Africa.
Edwin has registered his name as the first Ghanaian to reach that feat since the inception of the International Math Olympiad, the most prestigious math competition in the world, 61 years ago.
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