DJ Khaled Proves Son Asahd Needs No Photoshop & Apparently Has Crazy Upper Body Strength

DJ Khaled poses at his “Grateful” Album Listening Party
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Jul. 26 2017, Updated 3:39 p.m. ET

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Everyone is tired of the photoshop, including DJ Khaled. And he wants everyone to know that as cool as the cover art for his album Grateful is, which featured his young son Asahd, no alterations were made. Which means Asahd must have some pretty awesome upper body strength already!

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The artist posted this photo on Instagram, showing the original image of Asahd used for the cover. And shockingly, he really was lounging poolside like the coolest kid in the world! Many fans in the comments though wondered if the darkness underneath the water was someone holding Asahd up, which is plausible. But even still, he owns this picture!


Meanwhile, DJ Khaled has certainly established himself as a respectable artist, not only because of his amazing tracks (Wild Thoughts, anyone?!) but also because of how much he praises his son. It's really the sweetest thing ever.

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The Louisiana native can't take a moment of his day without being on Snapchat, and he often shares videos of him hanging out with his son, who can't talk yet, but certainly smiles a lot. And why shouldn't he?

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He's already done more than people who have lived a lifetime. He just vacationed in the Bahamas, is often seen relaxing in his dad's pool. Plus, let's not forget he's the Executive Producer of the album!

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DJ Khaled told Jimmy Kimmel about his son helping him with his album, "He's in the studio listening to songs with me, going over the business part of it, if the vocals are right, if the beats are right, if the energy's right, everything -- he's a part of." We can't deal with how loving Khaled is!


What are your thoughts on DJ Khaled's relationship with his son? Let us know in the comments section.


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