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Kelvynboy Clears The Air On Allegations Of Beating His Baby Mama



Super talented Ghanaian artiste Kelvyn Boy has finally broken his silence on recent allegations claiming he beat his baby mama, labelling it as “the craziest rumour” he has encountered in his music career so far.

In a recent interview on Hitz FM, the award-winning Afrobeats singer directly addressed the issue along with the unsettling pictures that circulated online concerning the alleged assault.

The viral image circulating on social media portrayed Kelvynboy alongside an unfamiliar woman who had blood on her face, sparking conjecture that he had asaulted his baby mama physically.

Nevertheless, Kelvynboy explained that the image sighted on social media had been taken out of context, adding that he had no affiliation whatsoever with the woman seen in the image.

Though verified that an altercation indeed occurred between him and his baby mama, pushing her to lodge an official complaint at a police station, he clarified that neither of them had been subjected to physical assault during the intense dispute as perceived by the public.

Furthermore, Kelvynboy expressed bewilderment at the outrageous portrayal of the incident and stated that both his team and his baby mama were surprised by the exaggerated narrative.

He posited that he believes the rumor was most likely fabricated to attract attention and generate content.

The ‘Down Flat’  hitmaker conveyed his
exasperation at the potential effect such unsubstantial rumors can have on his reputation and career trajectory as an artist and a celebrity.

Adding to this, he acknowledged contemplating staying mute on the issue, but recognized the essence of addressing it in order to establish the facts accurately.

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As a father of two, the musician highlighted the importance of fact-checking information prior to arriving at conclusions and propagating unfounded stories.