Family of Ohenemaa Yaa Owusua, a KNUST student alleged to have been caught pants down with Ghanaian rapper Medikal has issued a statement denying any such act.
Earlier this year, reports surfaced the said girl had been caught in bed by Fella Makafui causing mayhem with most blogs quickly running with the news with no authenticity.
A statement signed by the uncle, Isaac Opoku Danso admits Ohenemaa Yaa Owusua is a student of KNUST but has never in her life met Medikal or Fella and neither does she even follow any of the drama on social media.
Read full statement from below.
“Our attention has been drawn to a number of publications on various websites which suggest our relative allegedly has a sexual encounter with Ghanaian rapper Samuel Frimpong Adu otherwise known as Medikal.
We wish to state categorically that the said publications are false and malicious.
FACTS OF THE MATTER
Ohenemaa Yaa Owusua is a student of KNUST. She is Kumasi-based born, bred and raised solely here. She joins an ushering group Xcel Ushering on campus.
Despite being part of the ushering group, she has never at any point in her life ushered at an event or program of which Medikal has performed before.
She has never met or partook in any event or concert of which Medikal has performed.
Neither has she met or had any encounter with the parties mentioned; Medikal, Makafui.
Interestingly, a ‘ghost account’ @Those_so_called_celebs on Instagram which all these websites attribute the story to has since deleted the post but still remains on some websites.
The first blog which also carried the false story has pulled down the story from their website and other social media handles and has rendered an unqualified apology.
A case of defamation, cyber-bullying and cyber-stalking have been reported to the Cyber Crime Unit of the CID of the Ghana Police Headquarters in Accra on 09/01/2019.
Investigation have commenced and legal action shall be preferred against the administrators of @Those_so_called_celebs, www.ghsplash.com and any other social media handlers that spread this false story.
We wish to behest the public and the media to desist from spreading and sharing the malicious story.”