- Former AIDS Ambassador Joyce Dzidzor has given birth to a beautiful baby
- This has been revealed in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh
- The video shows Dzidzor with her baby in the hospital shortly after delivery
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Joyce Dzidzor Mensah, the controversial former AIDS Ambassador, has finally given birth to a beautiful, a video sighted by YEN.com.gh has shown.
In the video, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah is seen holding the freshly delivered baby on a hospital bed shortly after delivery.
Though the sex of the baby is not immediately known, Joyce was seen in a face mask while showing her baby.
She later showed herself putting the baby down in an incubator.
The news about Joyce Dzidzor's childbirth comes after she shared a video of herself twerking with her baby bump.
This is the fourth child of Dzidzor Mensah.
Congratulations to Joyce Dzidzor on her safe delivery.
A very controversial figure, Dzidzor Mensah came into the limelight when she boldly declared herself as an HIV carrier and got named as an AIDS ambassador.
After declaring herself as HIV positive and serving as AIDS ambassador for several years, she came out later to claim that she lied about her status, leading to her being stripped of her ambassadorial role.
Dzidzor has since that time been involved in one controversy or the other including stripping down on social media.
She has also been involved in the unsubstantiated accusations against many prominent people.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Joyce Dzidzor Mensah was pregnant in Germany.
In the video, Dzidzor Mensah was seen heavily pregnant with a big baby bump in front of her.
Wearing a black top and down, the Dzidzor Mensah, danced to a song of Kuami Eugene playing in the background.
In her usual style, the Dzidzor's dance style was all about winding her waist and twerking. The happy-looking Dzidzor turned around to show her backside.
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