Fear of criticisms from Ghanaians made me keep my son away from the public – KiDi

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Talented highlife musician, KiDi has opened up on a part of his personal life that he has kept away from the public’s attention since his breakthrough in the music industry.

KiDi has revealed he kept his status as a father away from the public due to the fact that he feared what people will say about a young person as he was fathering a child, ABC News can report.

Speaking in an interview monitored by ABC News on Accra-based 3FM, the highlife singer said he had his child, Zayne Nana Boadi Dwamena, when he was 23 years and had not shot into fame.

“It was way before the fame and everything. So I decided that this is something I am not ready to share with anybody yet. See I was actually scared to share it earlier cause of how I know my fellow Ghanaians are. You know Africa, in general, we are very judgemental,” he said.

He averred that he kept this part of his life out of the public’s eye because he was not mentally ready for criticisms from the public.

KiDi let the cat out of the bag when he posted a photo of his son on Instagram on Thursday, November 28, to celebrate his third birthday.

Although KiDi could not reveal the identity of the mother of his son, he said they were no more together but are co-parenting the young boy.
“This explains why I always have a ‘Z’ in my hair anytime I cut my hair. We are trying to have that Jay Z and Beyonce level of secrecy,” he opined.

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