- New family photos of Sarkodie and his children have popped up online
- The photos have the rapper posing with his daughter, Titi Sarkcess, and son, Michael Junior
- Fans have been impressed with the family photos and have praised Sarkodie and his kids
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Award-winning rapper, Sarkodie, born Michael Owusu Addo, and his two children have been spotted in new family photos.
The photos have Sarkodie posing with his daughter, Titi Sarkcess, and son, Michael Nana Yaw Owusu Addo a.k.a. MJ.
In the first of three photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Sarkodie is seen holding MJ in his arms while they both wore outfits with a similar colour.
In the second photo, Titi stood beside his brother who was seated in a baby cradle. Just like her father, Titi also wore a white t-shirt.
In the last of the photos, Sarkodie was seen carrying MJ mid-air while they both smiled.
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The photos have got many of the rapper's fans hailing him and his children.
ortegamakutar thought Sarkodie's son and daughter have got the same head like their father:
"Wode wo ti no awo wo mma."
jason_lox, on the other hand, thought Titi resembled Sarkodie while MJ resembled his mother, Tracy Sarkcess:
@sarkodie your daughter has your face and son looks like wife
yiras_nailz_n_glowbar was impressed with the growth of Sarkodie's daughter:
Woooow my bby gal is well grown awwwwww titilove u
black_is_beautiful_gh revealed that the picture of Titi Sarkcess and MJ had made her day:
"This picture made my day❤️❤️❤️."
The family photos come just a few weeks after Sarkodie put the lavish living room in his mansion on display on social media.
The rapper displayed the expensive living room in a video which was posted on his Instagram stories
The video showed Sarkodie's living room with well-decorated furnishings.
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