Proud mom dedicates Shenseea song to newborn son in touching TikTok: ‘This is so sweet’
A first-time mom dedicated a sweet love song to her newborn boy, and the touching footage went viral.
Personal trainer and proud Guyanese mom @babyfacelinda gained more than 100,000 views and 20,000 likes when she uploaded the video to her account.
The song, “You’re the One I Love” by Jamaican dancehall singer Shenseea, was the perfect tribute to Linda’s newborn son, Solomon.
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“Shenseea did that,” the video’s caption read. “Dedicated to my son.”
In the song, the Jamaican-born artist sings, “There’s a fire burning bright / Even in the darkest night / You are the one I love… Me ah stay right by your side / Not a ting can change my mind / You are the one I love…”
Linda lip-syncs along joyfully, cradling and kissing Solomon — clearly the love of her life.
And it wouldn’t be the last time the mom and son duo danced to dancehall music together.
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Thousands of TikTokers left love for Linda and Solomon in the comments.
“Yes king ❤️💛💚,” one user wrote.
“Aww congrats! This is so sweet,” commented another.
“I can tell you are one proud mom sweetie 🥰🥰🥰🥰,” another user wrote.
Linda and Solomon continue to share their adventures together on her Instagram and TikTok, much to the delight of social media users everywhere.
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