Queen Peezy finally leaves Patapaa

Queen Peezy finally leaves Patapaa

- Queen Peezy has taken a final decision on Patapaa

- She said she will no longer put on Patapaa’s promise ring

Patapaa’s girlfriend, Queen Peezy, has finally confirmed parting ways with the hiplife artiste.

According to her, she is no longer interested in the relationship hence her decision to end it.

I no longer care about this issue because I am not interested in the relationship anymore,” Queen Peezy said.

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She added: “I have even removed the promise ring on my finger, I am waiting for him to return to tell him my decision. My family supports my decision.

She made this known in an interview with Accra FM on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

Queen Peezy’s decision to end her relationship with Patapaa stems from a recent video circulating on social media portraying Patapaa having an affair with a white lady.

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The ‘One Corner’ hit singer stressed that he had found a white woman who has fallen in love with him while embarking on a musical tour in Europe.

In the video which he shared on social media, he and his newly-found woman were seen having a good time in the kitchen.

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After the video went viral, Queen Peezy reportedly collapsed and was admitted at the hospital.

Queen Peezy in an earlier interview admitted that she was still in love with Patapaa.

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