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On Friday, the 27-year-old rapper – one-third of group Migos – posted an emotional video of their first father-son embrace in over two decades.

The father-of-four said meeting his own dad was ‘dreams do come true’ and added: ‘I still love him’.

He captioned the post saying they look ‘so much alike’.

Offset became a father of the first time when Kulture, his first child with Cardi B, was born in July last year.

He shares Jordan, nine, with Justine Watson and Kody, three, from his relationship with Oriel Jamie.

Kalea, also three, was born to Shya L’Amour.

While on the Breakfast Club recently, the hip hop star spoke about his relationship with his father, revealing he had not seen him since he was four.

They had spoken on the phone four years ago, he said.

He even referenced how he had been trying to give his dad some money now he has found success with Migos.

The happy family reunion comes as it was reported Offset could be eyeing up some serious time behind bars when he heads to court next month.

The Pure Water rapper was charged with firearms offenses not long after his rapper wife gave birth to their daughter Kulture last year.

He was pulled over by the Atlanta Police Airport Division for ‘illegally tinted windows’ in July 2018, according to TMZ, when a search of the vehicle the rapper was driving allegedly found a gun and marijuana.

The star was booked into Clayton County Jail at 6.42pm and was charged with two felonies, possession of a weapon during a crime and possession of a firearm by a felon.

Now it’s been claimed the book could be thrown at him and he could be sent to prison for 12 years.

As the felony charged centered on him already having been convicted in the past, despite him not being on probation at the time it could land him with time behind bars.

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