- Kuami Eugene has addressed issues about him giving birth
- According to the singer, he was only celebrating his niece and not his own child
- A video of Kuami Eugene holding a baby in his arms went viral on social media recently
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Multiple award-winning singer, Eugene Marfo, famed as Kuami Eugene, has addressed issues that came up that he had welcomed a baby girl.
The Angela hitmaker, in a new video, indicated that he had not given birth yet and that all those congratulating him should relax.
According to him, the baby belonged to his elder sister and that he was only celebrating the little princess as her uncle.
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He added that it was the first time he was becoming an uncle so he was very excited and took his joy to social media.
The Open Gate man added that he was receiving a lot of well-wishes from his colleague celebs.
He added that he had taken it upon himself to inform all of his friends and loved ones that he had not yet become a father.
YEN.com.gh went with viral reports that Kuami Eugene had welcomed his first child – a girl, after he posted a video of himself holding a baby.
Reading the caption led many people to believe that the Walahi singer had become a father.
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Following the post, Kuami Eugene’s fans and followers flooded the comment section of the video with lots of congratulatory messages.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Tracey Boakye has, in an interview, put it to fellow actress, Xandy Kamel, that her marriage is hitting the rocks.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of Tracey, Xandy was sitting for an interview when the claims were made.
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Tracey Boakye revealed that Xandy's marriage was collapsing but she (Xandy) was hiding it from the general public.
Source: Yen News