- Fella Makafui’s daughter, Island Frimpong, has started sitting on her own
- In a new video, the little girl is full of smiles and laughter as she played with her mother and her toy
- The video also shows Island is growing faster by the day
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Fella Makafui and Medikal’s daughter, Island Frimpong, has started sitting on her own, according to a new video seen by YEN.com.gh.
The little girl is seen sitting on the floor in their hall while playing with her mother and her toy.
She is seen beaming with smiles and laughter as her mother played with her and handed over the toy to her.
Fella could not keep calm watching her daughter sit as she is heard screaming “Daddy’s girl, Daddy’s girl”.
The video has excited two fans who only commented with red heart emojis.
Island Frimpong was in the news recently following a video showing how tall she has become.
She laid quietly in Fella’s arm and she appears to be sleeping in her Jordan branded baby attire.
Her father, Medikal, was all-excited as he took the video of the baby amid shouts and admiration for his child.
It was recently that the parents showed Island's face to the world for the first time when Medikal featured her photo as the cover for his EP.
Meanwhile, in other news, Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, has gone to see her doctor for a medical check-up.
The photo from the hospital shows Maxin not looking as cheerful and bubbly as she is known for.
Many people reacted to the photo and have wished Baby Maxin well.
Baby Maxin was in the news recently for chanting her mother’s slogan Brimm Brimm.
She was in the company of her mother and siblings when she shouted the slogan while gesturing with her hand just like her mother does it.
Baby Maxin also trended for responding to “Thank you” to a compliment that she was looking beautiful.
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Source: Yen Newspaper