Rare throwback video of Stonebwoy kissing his first son Janam pops up

Rare throwback video of Stonebwoy kissing his first son Janam pops up

- A rare throwback video of Stonebwoy having fun with his first son Janam has popped up

- The multiple award-winning dancehall musician was filmed as he placed a fatherly kiss on his son

- Fans of the father-son duo have shared massive reactions on social media

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Award-winning Ghanaian dancehall musician Stonebwoy, known in real life as Livingstone Etse Satekla, has been spotted in a rare throwback video creating a beautiful memory with his first son, Janam Joachim Satekla.

The throwback video shows Stonebwoy bonding with his first son in a heartwarming and playful moment.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the father of two admires his son's looks and hair while tickling his interests.

Stonebwoy kisses his first son Janam in heavenly New Year video

Stonebwoy plays with his first son Janam in video. Image: @Crabbitamedia
Source: Instagram

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The delighted Janam sat on a relative's lap as his father created a beautiful memory with him.

The adorable throwback video has been shared on Janam's Instagram handle as the father-son duo ushered in the New Year.

In other news, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Ghanaian child poet Nakeeyat Dramani has delivered a sterling spoken word tribute in celebration of media titan, Fadda Dickson, as he marked his new age on January 1.

The managing director of the Despite Media Group turned a year older on Friday, January 1, and Nakeeyet delivered a flawless performance to highlight his matchless attributes.

At an event that was dubbed UTV Day with the Stars, the talented child poet once again enthralled her fans and UTV viewers with her impressive flair and verve for spoken word.

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Source: Yen

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