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‘Simi Is Still Pregnant’ – Close Source Debunks Reports Simi Has Given Birth In US

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Information reaching Ghgossip.com indicates that popular Nigerian songstress and wife of Adekunle Gold, Simi is still pregnant and has not given birth.

According to a source, reports of Simi welcoming a new baby is false.

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About 24hrs ago, rumors were rife about the singer’s delivery of her first child in the US which thousands of fans around the world reacted happily with congratulatory messages.

However, when a close source to Sim was contacted by Saturday Beat, the source who did not want to reveal his identity revealed that Simi and her husband, Adekunle Gold is still in the US and have not given birth yet, waiting to deliver.

The source further told Saturday Beats that Simi was not in Nigeria when she released the ‘Duduke’ viral video.

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“Simi is still pregnant but she will give birth any time from now. We are expecting the news at any moment. Her family is with her abroad. She was there before the release of ‘Duduke’ video.

Right now, she has slowed down with some of her works but she has not given birth. Whenever Simi puts to bed, everybody would know,” the source said.

Source;Ghgossip.com

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