Scooter Braun has become a father for the second time.
The 35-year-old talent manager – whose clients include Justin Bieber and Usher – and his wife Yael Cohen Braun welcomed baby Levi into the world on Tuesday (11.29.16), and the new arrival has gone some way towards helping the family over their grief for Scooter’s grandmother, who passed away last month.
Sharing a picture of Yael nursing Levi in hospital while he looked on, Scooter – who also has son Jagger, 22 months, with his spouse – wrote on Instagram on Wednesday (11.30.16): "Earlier this month we lost my Ma. Then 4 hours later my brother and his wife had twins. Then last night my incredible @yael gave birth to our new son Levi Magnus Braun.
"Words can’t express the range of emotions…but one thing I know for sure…G-d is Great. Mommy, Jagger, and myself couldn’t be more in love with our new little guy. I have to believe that somewhere up above Ma is smiling. So damn thankful. #familyisforever .
"PS- thanks for all the kind wishes since @jackie couldn’t help herself and tweeted about Levi lol (sic)"
He then shared another image, which was simply the words ‘God is Great’ written in the sand and captioned it: "There’s no doubt."
Scooter’s happy news came just 10 days after he shared a touching tribute to his grandmother following her passing, and pledged both his children would always "know" his ‘Ma’.
He wrote: "I don’t know where to start. This morning the world lost one of the great ones. There was no one like her. No one. She loved regardless of all the hate she witnessed in her life. She made everyone smile and she gave and gave and gave and never asked for anything but love in return. The world needed people like Ma more than ever right now. I won’t ever let her be forgotten. I will keep my promise. Yael and I promise our children will know her. I was so blessed to call myself your grandson. I love you Ma. Thank you. I will miss you so much. I’m afraid to stop typing because I just don’t want to admit you are gone. For all the lives touched by this hero you know you are better for it."