- Patapaa's handlers have indicated that their client was not poisoned
- According to them, the singer was responding to treatment from a minor illness
- News went viral yesterday that the artiste had been rushed to the hospital over poison claims.
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The management team of Patapaa, Pa2Pa Sojas, has finally spoken on circulating rumors on social media with claims that Patapaa has been poisoned.
According to the team, even though they can confirm Patapaa, born Justice Amoah, was in the hospital, claims that he was poisoned were totally false.
Following a viral video of the “One Corner” hitmaker seen in a hospital bed with rumors that he was poisoned, many people raised concerns about the safety of the singer.
His management has released a statement indicating that indeed the artiste is sick and has been hospitalized but definitely not as a result of food poisoning as widely circulated in the media.
According to them, the ‘One Corner’ hitmaker was not poisoned as some accounts from friends claimed.
The management of Patapaa further stated that the Swedru-based hiplife artiste was rather hospitalized and currently recovering from a minor illness.
While asking fans and followers of the singer to disregard the poisoning claims, they asked for prayers for the singer so that a thing of such nature would not occur again.
Bow Tyre also a musician, who confirmed the news on Monday, August 10, 2020, made claims that they went out with some friends and Patapaa later complained of stomach pains.
But clearly management has debunked all rumors of food poisoning.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multi-talented Ghanaian creative and engineer, Frank Darko, has come out with yet another mindblowing invention that is set to make sweeping very easy and fun at the same time.
The Takoradi-based engineer has invented a tricycle that he calls the "Sweeping Bicycle" which, just as its name suggests, sweeps as you ride it.
According to him, Ghana had become so engulfed in filth and he wanted to come up with a cost-effective and efficient device that can deal with the dirt issue in the country.
Frank Darko spoke in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh on what necessitated his latest invention.
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