Shatta Wale's child, Majesty, has staggered Ghanaians with his lucky perusing abilities in another video. Being managed by his mom, Majesty joyfully flipped through the pages of his book to read from William Shakespeare. His mom, Michy, shared the video to her Instagram page and showed in the inscription that it was the longest reading ever Majesty has had.
The expression all over the face of the boy as he reads demonstrated that he was truly living it up with the book.
The video has grabbed the eye of numerous online media users who have responded to it.
Praiz, for example, appreciated Michy and said for her to prepare Majesty thusly, she merits all the acclaim:
urstruly_praiz: "For a lady to prepare a kid to turn into this calm and aware it implies you are truly doing it..... nyame nhyira mmaa."
Hoffmann appreciated Majesty:
hoffmann104: "Awww soo Beautiful."
Ramsey hailed Majesty:
ramsey.gyimah: "Shatta Ba Majesty."
Gabriella adores how Michy speaks with Majesty, portrayed it as so mitigating:
gabriellamercedez: "I love the manner in which you generally converse with Majesty, so calming. Incredible mum."
Robby needed to realize which school Majesty joins in, appreciated his American inflection:
robbyabby: "Which school does he join in? American pronunciation in Ghana. Goodness! Incredible!"
Bennie additionally considered Michy an extraordinary mum and encouraged her to continue being a decent mother:
bennie_sweetnez: "Your child has your insight @michygh. You are really the mum preparing him to be @hismajesty_majesty and I so appreciate your solidarity. Continue learning, continue winning and never stop showing a few of us the 'how."
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