System of a Down’s Serj Tankian is married to Angela Madatyan. Despite being in the public eye, Tankian has kept his family life private. Tankian’s fans will be relieved to learn he can only hide so much.
Tankian took to Instagram on June 9, 2020, to express his gratitude for the wonderful relationship he has.
A vintage monochrome photo of the couple blissfully lost in their kiss was featured in the post. Tankian turned to face his wife, who did the same, her flowing curls gleaming for the camera. The singer expressed his gratitude for having a life partner who was as committed to justice and equality as he had been his entire life in the caption.
“Thank you for adding color and vibrancy to my world and making it our world,” the caption concluded ironically. “Sirum em Kez!” he wrote at the end of the caption, which roughly translates to “I love you” in Armenian.
Serj Tankian has been married to his wife for almost a decade.
Tankian married his longtime girlfriend Madatyan on June 9, 2012, in a private, invite-only ceremony in Semi Valley, California, according to Armenian Pulse.
Despite the fact that the Vanadzor-born Madatyan had been seen with the vocalist on numerous occasions, public events, and otherwise, little was known about the enigmatic woman, according to the outlet. The couple welcomed a baby boy into their family just over two years after getting married.
Serj Tankian and Angela Madatyan are expecting their first child.
Jim Lee, the Chief Creative Officer of DC WarnerMedia, sent out a tweet on October 25, 2014, congratulating Tankian and his wife on their first child.
As he congratulated the singer on the birth of his son, the creative revealed that the couple had named their firstborn son Rumi.
Of course, longtime Tankian fans are aware that he released a song called ‘Rumi’ earlier this year. The song was a father’s homage to his son.
Serj Tankian is a loving father to his children.
Later in the song, he gave Rumi some life advice. Rumi, like his father, appears to be a people-pleaser.
Rumi joined his father Tankian on stage at age 4 in 2018. Rumi’s initial inclination was to grab the microphone and wave to the crowd, although most youngsters his age might have been afraid.