Ernest Opoku, the Gospel musician who has been in the hottest soup these past few days has finally reacted to allegations thrown at him by a Kumawood actress, NAYAS1 that he forced her to abort a 3-month old pregnancy and even bribed her with Ghc5,000 and 15 pieces of GTP cloth.
Ernest Opoku who was speaking in an interview with Abusua FM in Kumasi in reacting to the allegations said that Ghanaians were quick to jump on hearsay to make something news when they know that they have no evidence to back their claims.
A couple of days ago, the local gospel scene in Ghana was rocked by a trending story about Ernest Opoku and an actress.
According to the story, the gospel act reportedly put the actress known as Nayas in the family way but fearing reproach from the general public, convinced the lady to have an abortion and promised to give her GHc 5,000 and some pieces of cloth.
The young lady, fearing for her safety, connived with the doctor and ‘lied’ about carrying out the abortion.
Nayas, after the story had gone viral on social media came out to make more claims and even went onreveal that she thought Ernest Opoku was a ‘marriage material’ because he was a gospel artiste.