- Onua TV presenter AJ Poundz is expecting her second child
- This follows her getting married to her fiance in a private ceremony
- The Onua TV presenter has confirmed the pregnancy in a new video
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Ghanaian media personality AJ Poundz, known privately as Matilda Adjoa Densua, is pregnant with her second child.
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The Onua TV presenter confirmed her pregnancy in a video interview with Zionfelix which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh.
Speaking in the interview, AJ Poundz who doubles as an actress also disclosed that she and her fiance tied the knot in a private ceremony.
According to her, their marriage ceremony was held with a few family members present adding that it was held amid the current restrictions on social gatherings.
AJ Poundz was, however, quick to shoot down suggestions that she put hurriedly put marriage ceremony together because of the pregnancy.
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She explained that she already had a child who was seven years old and would not force herself to marry because of a pregnancy adding that she and her husband had been dating for years and decided to make it official.
The former Ghana's Most Beautiful (GMB) contestant further advised young ladies not to rush into marriages because of pregnancy saying it is better to give birth on your own and have your peace of mind rather than marrying because of pregnancy and regretting later.
The video interview of AJ Poundz showed a visible baby bump in front of her.
AJ Poundz confirmation comes just a few days after she celebrated her birthday. As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, the Onua TV star turned a year older on Thursday, April 9, 2020.
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