- Asamoah Gyan’s children have forgiven him for the DNA shame he brought on them
-His first son Frederick sent him a heartwarming message on Father’s Day
- The children had earlier snubbed him about two years ago following the DNA brouhaha
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From the look of things, Asamoah Gyan has repaired the shaky relationship he once had with his wife Gifty Gyan and the children when he brought the DNA shame on them.
In a new post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Gyan’s firstborn and son Frederick Gyan shared a photo of the football star calling him fine names.
Frederick referred to the father as his hero, role model, idol, and legend when he wished him a happy Fathers’ Day in June. He added “We love you.”
He wrote: “A legend, my hero, My role model and my idol, I wish you a happy Father’s Day @asamoah_gyan3 We love you.”
Gyan responded to the son’s post thanking him and assuring him of his love.
asamoah_gyan3: “Thank you son. Daddy loves you.”
Frederick post, as the firstborn, shows that he and his two other siblings do not hold any grudge against their father.
They had earlier snubbed him two years ago when the international football star doubted their paternity and called for DNA tests to be carried out on them, while seeking to annul the marriage with the wife.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, it was narrated how the children snubbed Asamoah Gyan at the medical centre where they had gone for the DNA tests.
Before then, Gifty said she had never cheated on her husband and that DNA tests would vindicate her.
Truly, she was vindicated and it is hoped that calm has been restored between the former lovebirds.
Meanwhile, Frederick has turned 14 years and some photos published by YEN.com.gh show how tall he has grown with a striking resemblance to his father.
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