- Tracey Boakye's baby daddy, Yaya Mohammed, has spoken
- According to Mohammed, Tracey has never blackmailed him before
- The football star is the father of the actress' first child
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Actress Tracey Boakye's baby daddy, Yaya Mohammed, has broken his silence amid the ongoing Papa no saga.
Mohammed, who is the father of Tracey's first child, has jumped to the defense of her ex-girlfriend.
On Monday, Kennedy Agyapong alleged that Tracey has been blackmailing men after sleeping with them.
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The lawmaker went further stressing that A-Plus refused to pay Tracey after sleeping with her and the actress tried blackmailing him but it failed to materialise.
However, in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh, when Mohammed was asked about the ongoing saga involving her baby mama, he said he is yet to talk to Tracey because he doesn't go by rumours.
When asked whether Tracey has blackmailed him before he confidently answered by saying 'No'.
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He went ahead indicating if Tracey wanted to blackmail him he wouldn't have mentioned his name as her baby daddy.
Meanwhile, Tracey has proven that she is the Yaa Asantewaa of our time after taking on Kennedy Agyapong.
Kennedy Agyapong for some years now is one of the most feared personalities in the country.
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But Tracey has proven that she is not afraid of him by disgracing him in a new video.
YEN.com.gh has seen a video of Tracey challenging the lawmaker after he waded into the actress' Papa no saga.
According to Tracey, Kennedy Agyapong is one of the biggest liars in the country right now.
The heavily endowed actress said the Assin Central MP is not an honourable stressing he doesn't know his job.
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