- Pasuma gave the hand of his daughter, Barakat away in marriage on Thursday, April 8
- The proud father shared some of the moments on social media and even penned a beautiful note
- The Fuji maestro was sighted in a video as he struggled but failed to hold himself from crying
Popular fuji musician, Pasuma was full of joy on Thursday, April 8, as he got the opportunity to witness the wedding ceremony of his daughter Barakat.
The joyous father had earlier taken to social media with a heartfelt note, and also shared a moment from the Nikah ceremony.
In a video sighted by Legit.ng, his colleague, KWAM 1 was at the wedding reception and he took over the stage with beautiful music.
Pasuma and a couple of other people were on the dance floor and as KWAM 1 sang, Pasuma who had visibly been struggling with his emotions burst into tears.
He pulled off his cap and glasses as some men who stood around rushed over to hold him and stop him from fully breaking down.
Watch the video below:
Pasuma's reaction on the dancefloor got a couple of people talking, read some of the comments below:
"Best Moment, K1 is truly a Father."
"Tears of joy."
"Very good man."
"He can’t just hold d tears of joy. OMG, I’m crying along with him I love him so much."
"This is tears of joy. many more blessings I wish them."
"I feel emotional too. This is a lesson for all parents. Do whatever you can to raise your children well. If you know his kids you will agree."
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Still on entertainment, Legit.ng earlier reported that interior designer, Ehi Ogbebor, who is no longer with her ex Ken Bramor, took a trip down memory lane as she recounted how guests at her wedding ceremony spent money lavishly.
The interior designer revealed that she was going through her phone to delete old files when she stumbled on the video of the great amount of money she had made during the wedding.
In the video, she was in a room with some of her people as they gathered to count the money sprayed at the event. Piles of 100 dollar bills were seen, including that of N1000, N500, and N200 notes.