If you’re truly a fan of Snapchat, no doubt you’ve followed the adventures and antics of the unequivocal King of Snaps DJ Khaled. Whether he’s sharing his personal mantras or documenting getting lost at sea, he always has an epic video prepared for his loving public.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel this summer, Khaled confessed to wanting to Snapchat his son’s birth to the whole world. We laughed and nodded, assuming that even he had his boundaries. Surely, this was a joke.
Well, he wasn’t kidding. At all. Last night, baby boy Khaled began to make his entrance into the world…. And Snapchat got an up-close-and-personal account of the whole thing.
Oh, what’s that you hear in the background? Yes, that would be the sweet, sweet tunes of none other than DJ Khaled himself.
YES, BABY KHALED WAS BORN AS “MAJOR KEY,” A SONG FROM DJ KHALED’S NEW ALBUM, PLAYED IN THE BACKGROUND.
We sincerely hope this story will be told every year at said child’s birthday. Also, this must have been a first for the delivery room doctors and nurses.
Look, what more could a new dad want? A family and album promotional all in one. What a day.
Finally, after some tunes and breathless viewers straining their eyes to see, there was a child.
Now we can experience the miracle of life via an app originally designed for sending nudes. This is the future.
He also took to Instagram to share some of the more ~photogenic~ moments.
Somehow, we’re guessing that mommy-to-be might have been less thrilled about the contractions, though.
We gotta, admit, this is pretty adorable.
And here he is, experiencing the overwhelming miracle that is life.
Can’t get this from a selfie.
Obviously, Twitter couldn’t get over how hilarious the whole thing was.
And Khaled’s fans were pretty much in awe.
Of course there was some disbelief and criticism over the fact that anyone would actually do that.
But hey, no complaining if you watched the whole damn thing.
TBH, we all wish we could bring new life into the world this way.
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