- Shatta Wale's son, Majesty, has impressed fans with a video playing piano
- He was so absorbed in his practice and this was written all over her face
- Fans have observed that the young boy has his father's music gene in him
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Shatta Wale’s son, Majesty, has got fans talking with a video of him playing the piano like a skilled instrumentalist.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Majesty sat comfortably behind the large instrument, and with excitement written all over his face, he played.
He is heard telling his mother that he got the keys right to which the mother responded yes.
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One fan, Christian Hadger, who was full of admiration for Majesty, wrote that the boy has his father’s gene in him:
christianhadger: “U are having ur father's gene in u.”
Godstar also applauded Majesty:
godstar_first: “Nice one.”
Majesty looks like Shatta Wale
Meanwhile, a video published earlier by YEN.com.gh got some fans concluding that Majesty looks like his father.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Majesty was making faces according to his mood.
A voice, perhaps his mother’s, is heard in the background asking him to make a happy face, a sad face, and a mad face.
For his mad face, some people observed that Majesty looks so much like Shatta Wale when he made the face. Others say that his happy and sad face looks the same.
Still, others admired the little boy and called him handsome.
Majesty Encourages Michy to be brave
In a related development, Majesty has warmed the heart of Ghanaians with a video of him encouraging his mother, Michy, to be brave.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the two were at the Legon Botanical Gardens for recreation. Majesty and Michy are seen trying to use the Canopy Walk and he is to take the lead.
The six-year-old boy is heard telling his mother to be brave and not be scared. To this, Michy responded that she would be brave, and then advised Majesty not to be too brave.