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Big Sean & Jhené Aiko Join Forces As They Sing For Their Newborn Baby In Cute Video

With a brand-new social media post that features their young son, Noah, Big Sean and Jhené Aiko have provided fans with yet another window into their life as a family of three.

The couple can be seen in the photo, which was posted on Big Sean’s TikTok account, facing each other while Aiko bounces the almost 3-month-old on her shoulder and seriously looks at her boyfriend.

The TWENTY88 collaborators then proceed to lip sync to the last chorus on Big Sean’s 2015 single “I Know,” which hears Jhené Aiko singing an alternate, expanded version of the hook’s lyrics, following Sean’s “I know you’ve been runnin’ on empty,” with a sped up, “(Don’t love the same, I know you’ve been diving through pain/ I know you runnin’ so crazy, I know you runnin’ on empty/ That shit can fuck with your mente/I know this shit, don’t you tempt me, I know you).”

When Big Sean reaches the line “The way you move it’s like you could use a vacation,” the new parents give each other a knowing look.

While “I Know” speaks to a couple trying to push their way through a rough patch, the lyrics are also applicable to the adjustments Big Sean and Jhené Aiko have had to make since confirming that they were expecting their first child together back in July of last year.

Less than two weeks after Noah’s birth, in November, the two made his arrival public. Aiko shared the child’s first public photo on her IG Stories earlier this month, but they haven’t yet given followers a chance to see his face.

Following Noah’s birth on November 8, Big Sean gave some insight into the labour in an Instagram post, writing: “After 24 hours of Labor, A Lunar Eclipse, with rain from the beginning of labour til he was born, he’s here safe and sound. Happy, Healthy and everything we could ever ask for and more. Any and everything for you Son.”

Source – Tru News Report


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