– Popular Nigerian singer, Flavour, was recently seen performing his fatherly duties with his children
– In a video shared on his Instagram page, he was surrounded by his two daughters and adopted son
– Flavour read some Igbo words from a screen and made them repeat it after him
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Much loved Nigerian singer, Flavour N’abania, recently had fans gushing on social media after he was spotted spending time with his kids.
The Ada Ada crooner took to his verified Instagram page to share a video of himself surrounded by his three kids as he taught them some words in Igbo.
In the short clip, the singer was seated on the bed beside his two daughters, Gabrielle and Sofia, as well as his adopted visually impaired son, Semah.
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Flavour read out some Igbo words from a screen and made his children repeat them after him. See the adorable video below:
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A number of fans were very impressed with Flavour’s fatherly display and they took to the comment section to express as much. Read what some of them had to say below:
“Proudly Onye Igbo.”
“You’re such a great dad”
“God bless him for taking care of the boy”
“Wow! He adopted him? That’s nice of him. He is so grown now”
“They look sooo good”
“❤️❤️Igbo Amaka. Flavor is awesome ”
“God keep on blessing this family such a beauty ”
In other related news, Bioreports earlier reported on a Russian woman who got tattoos of Flavour on her body.
In a video spotted on social media, the woman explained that she got her first tattoo of the Nigerian singer, which was spotted on her upper arm, in 2015.
Although she did not note when she did the second tattoo, she stated that it was done some years later.
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