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Nollywood actor, Yomi Gold is in a grateful mood as he has finally being cleared off a paternity scandal with Lagos big boy, Mosh.
Controversial blogger, Gistlover had alleged that the actor was the father of Mosh’s child with wife, Aduke Doyin popularly known as Creamys Hair.
According to the blog, the couple’s marriage had crashed over paternity fraud and several infidelity. Mosh who suspected his wife of having numerous affairs hacked her account and found out that his first and second child weren’t his. With the information, he got from her phone, he discovered that his second child is Yomi Gold’s child.
Though, Yomi Gold had debunked the rumours many didn’t believe him as they dragged him for having an affair with a married woman.
In a surprising twist, Mosh took to his Instagram page to retract his statement. He stated that the two kids his wife has are his biologically children.
Mosh expressed how saddened he is that the kids are being dragged into his drama with his wife. He noted how there is no marriage without crisis, and as such, he and his wife are working towards resolving their issues.
“This my official and final statement on the issue of paternity of my children and illicit affairs concerning my wife.
The social media in the last few days have been awash with several stories and this is the time to put everything to bed.
I wish to state categorically that the 2 children being dragged into this matter are my BIOLOGICAL Children and I love them with my life and it is quite unfortunate that this children are been dragged in this matter by some undesirable elements.
There is no marriage without its own issues. I and my wife shall look into our differences and see it through.
Our privacy at this difficult time of our lives should please be respected”.
Reacting to it, Yomi Gold shared a video of him rejoicing to the good news.
Cautioning the video, the controversial actor expressed how happy he is that his heart can finally touch ground.
My heart can finally touch ground.
Beware of (undesirable elements).
Last updated on March 12th, 2023 at 06:50 pm
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