“Why is he breathing like that?” – Cubana Chief Priest blasted over new video with son

Billionaire businessman, Cubana Chief Priest sets tongues wagging following a video with his son and the quantity of food offered to the child.

The celebrity barman took to his Instagram page to share a bonding moment with his son, Obinna during dinner.

In the video, the boy was seen trying to take from his dad’s plate of food before and after having his dinner. Cubana Chief Priest could be heard in the background laughing at his son’s gaze at his full plate of food.

Sharing the video, he emphasized how his son shares a lot with him while referring to him as ‘daddy’s bestie.’

He could be heard saying, “Obinna, leave my food, go and eat yours.”

"Why is he breathing like that?" - Cubana Chief Priest blasted over new video with son

“My Son Obinna❣️ Foodie Of Life, Dude Is A ProMax Version Of His Daddy. Biggie Daddy’s Bestie????. Blessings Money Can Never Buy. #Ahamefula????️,” he captioned the video.

The video, however, generated both adorable comments about their bond while the majority condemned the unhealthy lifestyle of both father and son. Some pointed out the breathing pattern of the businessman deemed troubling while making the video.

Reactions trailing the quantity of food eaten by the son of Cubana Chief Priest

dean00000001 said: “You dey kill this boy.”

sugardestiny_official penned: “Dis is not even healthy….. please watch your son’s weight ????.”

king__raz wrote: “Why is he breathing like that ????.”

kingzeelife opined: “He needs to start giving his kids a good lifestyle fat is too much let’s be honest.”

emekatoyourribs said: “Pls watch the boy’s weight. He is still very young.”

dr_okpos penned: “Person wey hold that phone dey do video, supposed go check him health,see breathing tone????????????????.”

bianca_miles14 reacted: “Aah the quantity of the food his son is eating, is my breakfast lunch nd dinner ???? obesity is sleeping close to the child.”

Watch the video below …

 


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