- A sweet clip of a little girl and her dad singing together has melted many South Africans' hearts
- In the clip, the daddy-daughter duo are sitting in a car together as they sing a popular gospel song
- Many locals headed to the comment section where they shared beautiful and thoughtful comments
Watching your little one's talent bloom has got to be one of the greatest rewards of parenting. A proud dad recently took to the online world to share a truly heartwarming clip of him and his talented baby girl singing a well-known gospel song together.
In the sweet video, the little girl sings candidly while her father leads her on. By the way she is moving her head and hands, one can tell that she absolutely loves singing with her dad beside her supporting her as she goes.
"Ibanathi," the heartfelt Twitter clip was captioned.
It soon reached over 29k views and 2.3k likes. Many impressed local Twitter users also headed to the comments section where they swooned over how enthusiastically the little girl was singing. Read a few of their comments below:
"It's the vay vay for me."
"Sis' Ribs Malope has some tough competition."
"That 2-year-old video where she's speaking English is still my No.1."
"She has talent, hope she grows to enjoy singing, it could be her natural gift God has given her to heal people through her voice."
Keeping in tune with heartwarming YEN.com.gh, at eight years old, Princess Awiyah, born Awiyah Amoateng, has created a hair brand, shea butter and black soap business, which she started in 2018.
As a successful business owner, Princess Awiyah is inspiring other young girls like herself with her story about how she became an entrepreneur. With the help of her mother, Dentaa Amoateng MBE, a British Ghanaian entrepreneur, actress, TV presenter, singer, producer, and manager, she has three products in her name, including the hair brand, shea butter, and black soap business.
At age six, Princess Awiyah, inspired by the positive remarks from her peers, launched the hair brand for children in 2018. She followed up in 2020 with her shea butter and black soap business.