- Ghanaian musician, Mzbel, has had a chat with her son concerning his dreadlocks
- The boy said he will never ever cut his dreadlocks when the mother asked if he would do that
- He admired his mother’s little dreadlocks too and complimented her
- The video has warmed the hearts of fans and they can’t keep calm over it
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Mzbel’s son, Adepa, has played with his mother in a lovely video.
The boy came to his mother and greeted her, just then he started playing with her short dreadlocks.
Adepa also admired his mother’s dreadlocks and told her how nice it is.
Mzbel then asked him if he would cut his dreadlocks, he responded: “Never ever!”
When asked why, Adepa said he would want to keep the dreadlocks till he becomes an old man.
Some fans have reacted to the video of the little boy expressing himself from his heart.
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Grossy, for instance, said she loves Adepa so much especially for his drama:
grossyhairline: “I love adepa so much especially his drama.”
More comments came for Adepa:
3304mimi: “Is not fair 0!!! My cute Adepa is only in pant 0!!”
gorkem.yilmaz: “King, I am a big fan of you. Please follow me.”
beleyemedia: “So Beautiful.”
kusi7039: “I wonder.”
Meanwhile, Mzbel’s son was in the news for winning the most fluent celebrity kid award recently.
He is known as one boy who speaks very good English fluently, and beat many other celebrity kids to win this award.
Adepa was also in the news when he was featured among sons of celebrities who have dreadlocks.
Also, a photo of the boy in former president Mahama’s company got many people talking about his paternity.
Since his birth, Mzbel has hidden the identity of Adepa’s father from Ghanaians and has left many people wondering.
It was widely rumoured that Mahama was the boy’s father. Mzbel, however, has not confirmed or denied it.
Currently trending in Ghana is the case of a Rastafarian boy being denied admission into Achimota School for refusing to cut his dreadlocks.
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