Cuteness overload: Reason shares adorable snippets of his twins

Cuteness overload: Reason shares adorable snippets of his twins

Mzansi rapper Reason shared most adorable video of his twin daughters on social media and fans loved it.

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Mzansi rapper, Reason, aka Azania HD, took to social media to share the most adorable snippets of his twins.

The rapper wore his dad hat when he was presumably babysitting his twins. He shared two videos that he captioned as “His” and “Hers” on Twitter.

The first video shows Reason chilling with his daughter and the second video shows the other daughter lying on her tummy on the bed.

Take a look at the first video clip below:

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The second video was just as precious. Take a look below:

According to SA Hip Hop magazine, Reason welcome his third and fourth children earlier this year with his lovely girlfriend, Lootlove.

A few weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Lootlove finally introduced her twin girls, Zanothando and Sisizwe, to her followers on social media.

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Meanwhile, yesterday Briefly.co.za reported that most rappers in the music industry will jump an any opportunity to make more money even if it means going against their morals. But not rapper, Reason. He is proof that there’s more to music than money.

Azania HD took to Twitter to share how a certain artist who’s name he kept anonymous, was willing to pay him more than a substantial amount to help with a verse. But Reason turned down his request, simply because he didn’t like the song and even called it “wack”.

The artist was willing to pay Reason R100k for a verse but Reason refused his offer, after all he had his ego to consider.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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