DJ Khaled and his son Aalam looked cute in a video of him pecking the tot’s cheeks, which he recently shared on his social media account.
The love between a parent and their child is often fantastic to watch. The moments of gushing and doting over these little bundles of joy are priceless. DJ Khaled and his kids have a tremendous parent-child relationship, and he never shies away from flaunting it.
Taking to Instagram, Khaled, whose full name is Khaled Mohammed Khaled, shared a short video of himself and his second son Aalam being all mushy as he pecked him on the cheeks and affirmed his love for him.
In the shared clip, the music producer held Aalam in his arms while placing cute kisses on his face and telling him that he loved him so much. He captioned the picture, saying:
“I love you son much AALAM ! ??.”
The cute video showed Aalam wearing a black shirt with drawings and letterings on the front. His father, on the other hand, had on a white shirt and his signature beard looked well-trimmed.
Fans and lovers of Khaled and his family took to the comments section to share their opinions and to leave compliments for the father and son. Most of them expressed that Aalam was one beautiful baby.
His parents moved from Palestine to America, and they also encouraged his love for music.
Some fans stated that they loved the way Khaled was always expressing his love for his sons, while others commended him for doing a great job at being expressive of his love for them. Someone commented saying:
“A bond between a child and its parent is a beautiful thing. Enjoy every second. I love to see this❤️.”
Aalam is the second son of Khaled with his longtime partner, Nicole Tuck. The pair welcomed Aalam on January 20, 2020, at 11:42 pm. At the time of his birth, he weighed about eight pounds and four ounces.
The “I’m The One” crooner and Tuck have an older son named Asahd. They welcomed him on October 23, 2016. Interestingly, Khaled documented the process of Asahd’s birth on Snapchat.
Khaled, who has gone by various stage names such as Arab Attack, Big Dog Pitbull, Mr. Miami, and Terror Squadian, is an Arab American. His parents moved from Palestine to America, and they also encouraged his love for music.
His big break came about when he was co-hosting a radio show named “The Luke Show” back in 1998. The platform served as a boost for the then-upcoming disc jockey as it allowed him to connect with certain industry big names at the time.