Hip Hop Dj shares photos of celebs cradling his son

DJ Khalid thrills fans with photos of top celebrities cradling his son, Asahd, on Instagram.

DJ Khaled with son, Asahd

The Hip Hop Dj has been passing time on Instagram, sharing photos of celebrities cuddling his cute little boy.

Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, August Alsina and Future all had a go at it, and we can expect more.

DJ Khaled and his fiancee, Nicole Tuck, welcomed their first child together on Sunday, October 23.

The Snapchat star shared the whole ordeal, including his, via the social media app.

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