- Rapper Sarkodie has delighted fans with photos of his son as the boy clocked two years old on March 13
- The Happy Day singer posed with his cute boy sporting different outfits to mark the occasion in style
- Fans of the award-winning Ghanaian musician have splashed the comment section of his Twitter post with tons of compliments
Ghanaian musician Sarkodie, born Michael Owusu Addo, has posed with his son, Michael Nana Yaw Owusu Addo Jnr, to mark the child's second birthday.
The Happy Day hit singer uploaded several photos slide with the child as he clocked two years old on March 13.
Sharing the heartwarming images on Twitter, the award-winning rapper expressed his love for his son.
He captioned the photos:
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"Happy bday my boy. I LOVE YOU! Michael Owusu Addo Jnr (MJ)."
The father-son duo posed for the camera sporting different modern outfits as they flexed their fashion qualities.
Several fans erupted with joy as they observed their style credentials under the comment section of Sarkodie's Twitter post while wishing the boy well.
Read some of the compliments below:
"Wow, I love your look. Happy birthday, Junior Sark."
"Happy birthday star boy."
"Happy birthday small Sarkodie."
"Please permit me to use this for the rest of the year."
"He dey rec Angelo pass. Happy birthday Lil Bidi!"
"This is where I got to know that swag can be inherited @sarkodie."
"Berma )w) dimples dierrr full dbeee."
"Happy birthday to Junior Sarkodie. Much love, MJ! Michael Owusu Addo Jnr (MJ) cute Baby copy of Daddy. Happy birthday. I'm wishing you long life and prosperity."
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"Happy birthday, Sark Junior. I love your style."
Sarkodie links up with American star Chance The Rapper
Rap heavyweights Chancelor Johnathan Bennett, widely known as Chance The Rapper and Ghana's very own Sarkodie managed to meet up.
In a new video sighted by Legit.ng on Instagram, the duo were seen on a high rise building vibing with each other and posing for photos.
Sarkodie known in real life as Michael Owusu Addo, appeared to have already been at the venue of the meeting. US musician Chance The Rapper and Vic Mensa later joined the Highest rapper as they linked up.