- Sante Appau, Okyeame Kwame’s daughter has complained of looking like a boy after her hair was cut off
- The musician said he decided to cut her hair when she was just three years because she was always crying when it was time to braid
- He said Sante gave her consent for him to cut the hair but later complained that she looks like a boy
- The girl has grown her hair again and manages a children hair brand
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Ghanaian rapper Okyeame Kwame has shared a hilarious story about cutting his daughter, Sante Apau’s hair.
He revealed that at age three, Sante was always crying anytime they touched her hair for braiding.
Due to how she was behaving, Okyeame Kwame said he came to an agreement with Sante that her hair would be cut.
However, after cutting it off, she looked at herself in the mirror and complained that she looked like a boy.
The story has left many people laughing and reacting to Sante’s photo.
Here are some reactions compiled by YEN.com.gh:
miz_adjekai: "Haha!! Now we have our hair back and looking all girly."
abenaafrancisca: "she still looks beautiful."
frema_shows: "Once upon a child adorable."
consciousafrican: "What a photocopy."
nsiah_thuffseed: "Awww, ma princes so cute."
pricelessladyakua: "Okyeame u hv a beauty queen."
faustys_asomdwee_bakery_: "My baby sis said same when she cut her hair she really did look like a boy."
Meanwhile, Okyeame Kwame’s son, Sir Kwame Bota, has been trending in the news for heartwarming reasons.
He was in the news for teaching his father how to dance, and the video got many people excited and full of admiration for him on social media.
In another video, the boy proved that his father’s blood was indeed running through him when he rapped like a superstar, getting social media users applauding him.
In another publication, Kwame Bota matched his father boot for boot in a photo they took together, leaving the rapper himself awed.
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