- Stonebwoy's son Janam has stepped out with his mother Louisa
- Janam was spotted in a car sitting on the laps of his mother
- In the video, the little boy rocks a new hairstyle, cornrow braids
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Dancehall stalwart Stonebwoy's son, Janam, has made a rare appearance on social media in a new video.
In his latest video Janam has been spotted with a new look. The little boy is now sporting cornrow braids.
The video as sighted by YEN.com.gh shows Janam who is also known as Jaja or JJ sitting in a car with his mother, Dr Mrs Louisa Ansong Satekla.
Janam sat on his mother's lap while they sat in a car with one of Stonebwoy's songs, Nkomo, playing in the background.
The little boy is later seen turning his head around as if to show off his new look to the camera which was filming them.
Not long after, Stonebwoy appeared in the window of the car and he got Janam staring in his direction.
The video which was first shared on social media by Janam's Instagram account has been reposted on many other blogs on the social media network.
The video of Janam comes after his sister, Catherine Jidula, stirred laughter on social media with a video of her own
The video had Jidula painting her face like a makeup artist and also painting parts of their to the displeasure of her parents.
After being rebuked by her parents, Jidula said' sorry' and cleaned her face.
Meanwhile, Stonebwoy has spoken on celebrity endorsements for political parties ahead of the 2020 elections
In an interview with Abeiku Santana, the Dancehall music star commended President Nana Akufo-Addo for his good works.
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Stonebwoy, however, failed to give a full endorsement to Akufo-Addo saying he was only endorsing his 'endorsable things'.
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