- Dr Sonnie Badu has shared a video of himself spending some time with his children
- In the video, the man of God sported a new hairstyle and said it was done by his daughter
- The singer was also heard and seen in the video teaching his kids a local song
Award-winning gospel singer Dr Sonnie Badu has warmed the hearts of many of his fans and followers with a new video of himself in a new hairstyle made by his daughter, Shadine Badu.
In the video, the Covenant Keeping God singer was seen relaxing in what looked like a garden with his children
What caught the attention of many people is that the singer flaunted a new hairstyle and informed his followers that it was the handiwork of his daughter, Shadine.
The pastor's daughter plaited her dad’s hair in such a way that one would think he was a 'big girl' instead of a man.
The Okokroko hitmaker was heard teaching his children the popular childhood song, Kyekye Kule.
Imani and Sonnie, the two children of the pastor were heard singing the song but were unable to mention some of the words in the local song.
After posting the video, the televangelist wrote: “Don’t laugh Imani and Sonnie tried … it’s my day off .. as for my hair ask @shadinebadu she thinks I am a manikin … fatherhood is a blessing #khekhekule“
Many fans and followers of the gospel star took to the comment section to air their views about the video.
qwesy_mingle wrote: "You made me miss my old days"
sgtp45 also commented: "Missing my childhood lmao"
jeminwadike came in with the comment: "Lol...the joys of fatherhood"
There were many such comments that proved that fans and followers of the singer admired his lovely family.
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported that popular Ghanaian police motor rider Hajia Sa-ada Muhammed who doubles as a musician with the name Hajia Police has stated a probable reason for Funny Face's arrest.
While speaking in an exclusive interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, Hajia Police indicated that insulting someone no matter the person's status is an offence.
According to her, such offences fell under assault without battery since it did not involve the use of physical force.
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