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The Sauti Sol family welcomes first baby

The Sauti Sol family officially have baby number one! The band was very excited when Polycarp and Mandy first broke the news of their pregnancy. They were especially happy to play a fatherly role to the baby who is obviously going to be around the team for a while.

Sauti SolPolycarp and his wife, Mandy have been preparing for the baby and showing it to the whole world in their YouTube series where they prepare the perfect food delicacies for a pregnant woman to have a healthy baby, going on photo shoots to have memories of their pregnancy , and taking a few dates to have some quality time together, among other things.

The couple was actually hoping to have the baby sometime last week but it did not happen as the baby was not yet ready to come out of its mama’s belly but the couple can now finally celebrate as its official , they have welcomed their first baby into the world.

MandyHe broke the news during their interview yesterday with Churchill Ndambuki. As Sauti Sol appeared for their interview, we couldn’t help but notice that Polycarp was uneasy the entire time checking out his phone, and even had to take off before the show ended after receiving the news. He had earlier revealed the news saying,

”My wife is due any time, so I must be on the lookout.”

The couple is yet to share any photos of the baby but we are very sure they will soon be gracing your timelines in a few days. Congratulations Polycarp and Mandy!

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Also in other news;

Sauti Sol’s Bien recounts losing16 Teeth in Nasty Accident [VIDEO]

Bien Baraza, the lead singer of popular boy band Sauti Sol, on Sunday, August 31, recounted an accident that cost him 16 teeth.

While appearing on Churchill Show, the singer disclosed that he was crossing a busy Nairobi road in the company of his sister in 2007 when the accident occurred.

He recalled that after he was hit, he stood up, relieved that he had not broken any of his limbs until he got to the hospital.

Bien Baraza“In 2007, I was crossing the road with my sister, Two Kambas (a rap duo) and Wendy Kimani. We were from doing a song about the post-election violence. Learn more………………..

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