Last year October, Ghanaians descended on Aaron Adatsi, best known in the movie industry as Cyril from the YOLO TV series. The problem(s) a section of Ghanaians had for the young man was simply because they didn’t understand why an ambassador against teenage pregnancy and/or premature babies could give birth out of wedlock.
This made him come out to declare that his personal life was entirely different from his movie or work life. Well, few months down the line, Aaron has shown the face of his son Ronny Jnr for the first time and Ghanaians can’t get enough of the image. The boy is looking all grown and handsome with his mother.
The image has been trending on Instagram and it appears Aaron is proud to have such a beautiful baby. Since the announcement of his child, he has been sharing some beautiful photoshoots with his baby mama- Ronny’s mother. There is no doubt that baby Ronny would be this handsome considering how beautiful his parents are.
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