- Aaron Adatsi's, baby mama, has stunned social media users
- In the photo, Eyram showed off her curvy shape
- Social media users have reacted to the said photo
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Eyram, the baby mama of YOLO star Aaron Adatsi has wowed social media users with her latest photo.
The beautiful interior designer has proven why Adatsi rejected every lady to be with her.
In the photo seen by YEN.com.gh, Eyram is captured wearing a pair of black trousers with a white top.
From the photo, she complimented her looks with a beautiful bag as she posed for the camera.
Her caption read, "When God doesn’t grant your miracles, remember that you are the miracle He sent for somebody else."
@kikz_stephy: "Is the hips for me."
@nyametseaseaddo: "Always beautiful."
@switdexy: "Beautiful... did you cut your hair?."
YEN.com.gh previously reported how Eyram and Adatsi welcomed their first child, a baby boy.
Adatsi and Eyram outdoored their baby boy at a private naming ceremony on Saturday, October 17, 2020.
Information YEN.com.gh gathered n social media indicates that the baby who was born too long gathered ago was christened Ronny Junior.
Videos from the private naming ceremony have popped up on social media showing it was a lovely ceremony.
The videos sighted by YEN.com.gh show Adatsi's senior acting colleagues, Adjetey Annan and Prince David Osei.
Also present was filmmaker Ivan Quashigah, the man behind the YOLO TV series and its predecessor, Things We Do For Love.
Eyram was also in the news when she turned heads on social media.
A fresh photo of Adatsi and Eyram will make your day today as it is currently trending on social media.
Eyram has released a beautiful photo of herself and Aaron on her Instagram page.
Meanwhile, the former president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Obour, has released a campaign song for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), and its leader President Akufo-Addo.
In the videos seen by YEN.com.gh, Obour mentioned some of the achievements of the government, hammering on why Ghanaians should retain the NPP in the coming December 2020 elections.
Titled one good term deserves another, he mentioned the NPP’s free SHS policy, the One District One Factory Initiative, the Planting for Food initiative, NABCO, and others, which he believes are major interventions and so the NPP must be voted for.
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