Sexy Actress Jackie Appiah Reacts To Alleged Pregnancy For Handsome Liberian President

Though her recent gained weight suggests she is pregnant

By  | Sep 29, 2020, 08:06 AM  | Drama

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Earlier this month there were rumors about the popular Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah and the rumors suggested the beautiful actress being pregnant and this news emanated from the Instagram page a Ghanaian blogger Identified as ‘Aba The Great’.
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Jackie Appiah and President George Weah

People may have believed this rumor though it was not confirmed, following Jackie Appiah's appearance at the launch of Adonko Next Level which took place in Accra. Reports from some media platforms that the actress had gained serious weight which may have further fueled rumors that she may be pregnant.
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Jackie Appiah
Though for every woman of her age getting pregnant is a thing of joy but the Ghanaian actress has bluntly denied the rumors that she is pregnant, during the naming ceremony of colleague actress, Victoria Labene son’s, she swiftly denied with a question saying does she looks like a pregnant woman. Jackie Appiah also expressed shock that people were saying current Liberian President George Oppong Weah was the father of her unborn child. Jackie said:

“Please ignore all rumors, it is not true, I don’t entertain unnecessary rumors, do I look like a pregnant woman here? Please ignore the rumors…I love you all…ignore all rumors,” she spewed.

Jackie Appiah who recently bought a luxurious Customized Masserati car is said to have visited George Weah to congratulate him after he won the presidential election in Liberia and that may prove that the Ghanaian actress may have some sort some sorts of connection with the former FIFA World footballer of the year.
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