Actress Maame Serwaa Denies Pregnancy Rumour

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Maame-SerwaaChild actress Maame Serwaa is worried over false reports that she is pregnant. The Kumawood star in an interview with Zionfelix.net Tuesday afternoon denied the report.

She said without mincing words that “I am not pregnant”. The actress known in real life as Clara Amoateng Benson added that the journalist who broadcasted the false report contacted her after the story wet viral to inquire the truth.

“The person who wrote the story called me not long ago to tell me what happened before the story went out. He told me that someone gave him (the writer) the information that I am pregnant.

The writer told me that the person who gave him the info said he is my brother and he was walking with me at the time he was telling him the story.

He said he did not believe the story so he requested for my number but the person gave him a wrong number so he thought it wise to put out the story because the truth will come out after he has published the story since he is not getting through to me.

He apologized to me and told me he will write another story to tell Ghanaians that the pregnancy allegation he wrote about me is false,” Maame Serwaa told Zionfelix.net

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The actress who was on set when talking to Zionfelix.net also denied allegation that she left Osei Kyeretwie Senior High School to her current school, Serwaa Nyarko Girls’ Senior High School because of her pregnancy.

“I left Okess when I was promoted to form 2 because I didn’t want to be in a mix school. I felt like attending a single ex school that’s why I left to Serwaa Nyarko Girls’ Senior High School”.

Maame Serwaa is in her second year at Serwaa Nyarko Girls’ Senior High School studying General Arts.

 

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