Laud Anoo Konadu known professionally as Dancegod Lloyd, is a Ghanaian prolific dancer, musician, dance coach and choreographer. He is a co-founder of the dance school, DWP academy. In 2020, he performed in Beyonce's Already music video which featured Shatta Wale.
The 29 year old dancer born in Kibi, in the Eastern Region of Ghana has thrilled his fans with an adorable video he shared on his Instagram page which has over 1.5 million followers which captures the moment mother of Dancegod Lloyd, Mama Dancegod was begging her son not to go ahead with the kind of decision he has made and his fans including some top celebraties couldn't hide their feelings after they came across the video as they reacted to it.
In the video, Ms. Agnes Konadu known as Mama Dancegod was busily doing her thing while in a room with her son, all of a sudden Dancegod Lloyd open up by say; "Mom, I am going to do a tattoo". This statement came as a surprise to the mother as her mood changed all of a sudden from her facial expression. She replied by saying; "Aww.. 3ny3, don't do it".
He told her mom he wants to write her name (Mama Dancegod) on his neck but her insisted that, it will rather destroy his skin and for that matter, she is begging him not to do it. She continued by saying her son should not take it a joke and later do it as she insisted that she is not in support of this his decision. It was an adorable moment looking at the lovely interaction moment between the mother and son.
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