- Kennedy Agyapong has waded into Tracey Boakye's saga
- According to the MP, A-Plus refused to pay the actress after sleeping with her
- He added that Tracey decided to blackmail A-Plus but it didn't work
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Kumawood actress, Tracey Boakye, is still trending on social media for the wrong reasons.
This follows her banter with Mzbel on social media in which she revealed that her sugar daddy is the one behind her wealth.
Though the exact name of the said sugar daddy is yet to be revealed, he is being described as 'Papa No.'
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Now, controversial politician, Kennedy Agyapong, has waded into Tracey's saga.
On Monday,August 17, the Assin Central MP appeared on the Hot Seat on Net2 TV to talk about the 'Papa No' issue.
According to Kennedy Agyapong, musician turned politician, A-Plus dated Tracey some years ago.
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He indicated that A-Plus refused to pay Tracey after sleeping with her.
The lawmaker stressed that Tracey decided to blackmail A-Plus but it didn't work.
YEN.com.gh previously reported a story of how Tracey reacted after Kumawood actor, Mr. Obrempong's name came up as her baby daddy.
Watch the video below:
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Tracey took to social media to release a photo of Mr. Obrempong apologising for causing him harm over news that he is the father of her daughter.
She confirmed that Mr. Obrempong is not the father of her little daughter. She wrote,
"BRO IM SOO SORRY FOR WHATEVER I HAVE CAUSED YOU AND YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY, WITH THE NEWS CIRCULATING ON SOCIAL MEDIA THAT YOU ARE MY BABY DADDY, YOU’VE BEEN THERE FOR ME AS A SENIOR BRO AND WORKING PARTNER, I’VE DECIDED TO KEEP MY RELATIONSHIP AND MY BABY DADDY FROM THE MEDIA, SO PLEASE STOP TAGGING AND DISGRACING."
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