John Dumelo shares photo of his son John Jnr
Naa Ayeley Aryee|March. 14, 2019
Actor John Dumelo has finally surprised his fans and followers with a photo of his son, Setor John Dumelo Jnr.
The photo was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the son’s Instagram page which is being handled by the parents, particularly the actor himself.
In the photo, Jnr was sleeping soundly when the photo was taken.
In a supposed caption made by the five-month-old baby, he indicated that his father took the photo of him when he was sleeping.
This happens to be the first time such a photo of the baby is being seen, and expectedly, fans and followers of the actor have reacted excitedly with most of them describing him as a cute boy.
For instance, an Instagram user, Selly, observed that Jnr is “too cute”:
mzzsely_1: “U are too cute @johnd_jnr.”
Many other fans also described him in similar manner:
niiswife: “Awww cutie.”
realzinab4: “Cute u dear.”
ann_4_real: “Baby u look cute.”
Another fan, Libby, added that John Junior is “too precious”:
mslibby1925: “#Too cute#Justprecious.”
However, one particular fan was of the view that John Jnr should not be exposed "plenty":
ghhyper1: "Tell daddy not to expose u plenty."
Meanwhile, Ghanaians were full of joy when Setor John Jnr was born in October 2018.
People described his birth as a surprise since it was only six months after the parents got married.
John Jnr’s outdooring was attended by popular actors and actresses including Yvonne Nelson and Yvonne Okoro.
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