Baby Lorde: Video of Kafui Danku’s Daughter Learning Photography Surfaces on the Internet
- Ghanaian actress, Kafui Danku’s daughter, Baby Lorde, has stunned fans with a video of her learning photography
- The little girl was enjoying this so much that she could not stop smiling during her lesson
- Some people who have seen the video have praised the five year old for being intelligent
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Kafui Danku’s daughter, Baby Lorde, has amazed some fans with a video of her learning photography at age five.
She is seen handling the camera and tilting it to have a clearer view or shot of what she was working on.
It seems everything went well for her when she communicated with her mother during the lesson.
Kafui Danku shared the video to Lorde’s Instagram page and captioned it: “DOP in action”.
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The video has triggered some comments from fans.
Emmy, for instance, called Lorde “My girl”:
iam_emmy89: “My girl.”
Sharleen also called her an ice cream truck:
sharleen331: “icecream truck.”
Annie applauded Lorde for a good job:
annienana564: “Good job.”
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Meanwhile, Kafui Danku had Baby Lorde in 2016 with her white husband.
The birth of Baby Lorde was a great joy for the actress due to the many miscarriages she had before.
Her fans were so much happy for her as Baby Lorde finally came to change Danku's life forever.
The little girl's Instagram page has been verified, and she is also an ambassador for some brands.
Baby Lorde was also featured in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh in which daughters of popular celebrities were published.
They included Shatta Wale’s daughter, Stonebwoy’s daughter, and others.
In other news, a video of Stacy Amoateng acting so many years ago has surfaced on the internet.
She was the main character in the movie titled Incomplete in which she acted as a lover girl.
Named Diya, Amoateng is seen in the movie informing her lover that she would be moving to the city to oversee a big company owned by her father.
Given how she handled the role, many people wish she would go back to acting again.
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