DJ Khaled Shares Easter Photo with Wife Nicole Tuck and Two Cute Sons Asahd & Aalam
A new update on social media showed acclaimed music producer DJ Khaled and his family celebrating Easter in their own cozy way!
This year's Easter celebration is without saying one of the most sober holidays due to the novel Coronavirus. However, music mogul, DJ Khaled, and his beautiful family took out time to celebrate the Easter festivities in a little but sweet way.
Taking to his Instagram page, the "For Free" crooner shared some photos where he showed off his family in what looked like the family's garden.
[DJ Khaled] was recently in the news after he successfully sold his Miami mansion, which has been on the market for a while now.
In one of the snapshots, the "We The Best" music group founder looked dapper in a white t-shirt and basketball shorts, with his spouse, Nicole Tuck who rocked a flowery Caribbean dress spiced with a pair of dark shades.
While the superstar DJ held his first son, Asahd Khaled in his laps, Tuck carried their infant son, Aalam. In the other Pics, DJ Khaled posed with his boys while fans sweetly admired them in the comments.
Page Six shares.that Nicole Tuck and her media entrepreneur spouse welcomed.ed their second son, Aalam, just before the end of January.
On his Instagram page, the dedicated father debuted his second son in a charming post which featured his older son, Asahd.
Before DJ Khaled's post, he shared the toddler's name with fans during his Grammy award speech as he told supporters that the name meant "World" in Arabic.
One of the snapshots showed Khaled praying in the waiting room why Tuck was undergoing childbirth. Back in September 2019, the star music maker and his wife announced that they were becoming second-time parents after Khaled shared footage of Aalam's scan.
According to Daily Mail, the star dad was recently in the news after he successfully sold his Miami mansion, which has been on the market for a while now.
Although the "Wild Thoughts" mastermind sold the sprawling building for a little less than the original selling price, he was able to get it off the market finally.
The original price, which was staked at 7.99 million dollars, went a little below with a $2 million deficit.