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Styled By Daddy: Marvin Sapp shows off children’s dapper outfits he selected in new Facebook Post

Photo Credit: FacebookArticle By Alicia Daniels // EEW MAGAZINE FASHION BUZZ

Bishop Marvin Sapp is already an awesome dad, but who knew he doubled as his three children’s stylist?

The award-winning gospel artist took to Facebook Wednesday to show off the dapper ensembles he put together for his trio of “mini-me’s”—and EEW Magazine’s fashion editors are quite impressed.

The image features the “Yes You Can” singer’s son Marvin II and two daughters, Mikaila and Madisson, looking extra fly at Lighthouse Full Life Center Church’s Bishop Celebration Gala.

The celebratory affair was in honor of Sapp’s episcopal consecration to the office of Bishop that took place in July.

Though Sapp’s already full plate is even fuller with his new assignment, that hasn’t stopped the 48-year-old from remaining very hands-on with his children.

The popular photo, which racked up nearly 12,000 likes within two hours, was captioned with the hashtag, “#StyledByYoursTruly," letting everyone know the classy dresses and sharp tuxedo sported by his offspring were picked out by him.

Not half bad, Bishop.

The fancy event took place at Amway Grand Plaza in Grand Rapids, MI where Sapp’s church’s 12th anniversary was also celebrated.

Sapp, whose bishopric falls under the auspices of Bishop Neil C. Ellis, presiding prelate of Gulf United Fellowship (GUF), co-founded Lighthouse with his late wife MaLinda Sapp.

She lost her battle with colon cancer in 2010.

Since that time, Sapp has faithfully carried on the work the two started together and is building upon her legacy through both ministry and family.

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