Kenyan artist Msupa S with her children
US based Kenyan artist Msupa S

According to her latest publication on her Instagram account, Kenyan artist Msupa S, who now resides in the United States, just gave birth to her second child.

The video, in which she can be seen dancing gleefully while carrying her newborn child, was posted online by the rapper. She stated in the description, "9 months later, my sweetie is here," which was attached to the photo.

Msupa S made the happy announcement that she was expecting a child in December 2022, only one month after getting married to her long-term fiancé.

On the day of her wedding, the rapper told her followers about her delight by stating, "Three years later, and the day before that, on the 18th of November 2022, I said yes, I do, to the love of my life and my closest friend."

On social media, Msupa S's loyal supporters and followers have showered her with an enormous amount of affection and gratitude in response to the news that she is about to become a mother.

A good number of her supporters have voiced their joy and sent their heartiest congratulations to the artist and her loved ones.

Msupa S has had a stunning rise to fame as a rapper during the course of his career. She started out as a musician in Kenya, where her unique style of combining Kalenjin and Swahili songs quickly made her famous.

After some time, she uprooted her life and relocated to the United States, where she met and married her longtime lover.

The song "Watajua Hawajui," which Msupa S collaborated on with Khaligraph Jones and became a massive smash, brought Msupa S a lot of attention and popularity.

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