Princess Shyngle pregnant; shares ultrasound scan with boyfriend (Video)

Princess Shyngle pregnant; shares ultrasound scan with boyfriend (Video)

- Actress Princess Shyngle is pregnant

- The boyfriend confirmed this in a new video

- The two had visited a health facility for an ultrasound scan of the pregnancy

- This would surprise many people who were of the view that she could not get pregnant due to her tiny waist

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Install our latest app for Android and read the best news about Ghana has learnt that tiny waist and controversial actress Princess Shyngle is pregnant.

This is contained in a video seen by in which Shyngle and her boyfriend were captured watching an ultrasound scan of the pregnancy.

The boyfriend, Frederick Badji, was heard saying “My baby is having a baby”.

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The news is sure to surprise many Ghanaians who have previously raised concerns about Shyngle’s figure, wondering if she could carry a baby.

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Information has it that Shyngle and her boyfriend Badji will be walking down the aisle to the altar soon.

She was in the news some time ago complaining that the many rich men who came into her life vanish after they succeed in sleeping with her.

According to the Ghana-based Gambian actress, she had always found it hard to get true love, but now, it seems she has finally landed one and is ready to bear a child for him.

Shyngle was also in the news recently when she dropped the heavy bombshell that Moesha Boduong has a child.

In the story which was earlier published by, Shyngle dropped a photo of Moesha’s nine-year-old son, claiming that Moesha was hiding him from Ghanaians.

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