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KiDi Reveals Family’s Pain Over False Stroke Rumours

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Award-winning Ghanaian musician KiDi has opened up about the impact of fake news on his family following rumours that he had suffered a stroke. In an interview with Sika Osei, KiDi revealed that the unfounded rumours had caused his family considerable distress, exacerbating an already difficult time during which he was dealing with health issues of his own.

KiDi went on to describe the time when the rumours surfaced as one of the toughest moments in his life, and stated that he never imagined that anyone would create such a damaging story with no basis in fact. He also expressed his disbelief that someone could be so callous as to put a fake story out into the world when he had not even discussed the specifics of his health issues in his press release.

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The rumour had led to a flood of calls to KiDi’s mother from people concerned about the artist’s welfare. KiDi’s mother had called him the morning the story broke, but then called again later in the day as she continued to worry about the rumour. KiDi spoke about the distress this had caused his mother, who had been unable to use her phone without being inundated with calls from worried family members.

KiDi revealed that his family had been left confused and in panic following the false reports. He noted that a stroke was a life-ending illness, and he questioned the motivation of the person who had spread the rumour. KiDi expressed sympathy for whoever had been responsible for the fake news, suggesting that they may have been an orphan with no family of their own.

KiDi also addressed suggestions that he was suffering from a liver disease, which had arisen from a comment he made during an interview. KiDi denied that he had any liver disease, stating that people should not jump to conclusions based on speculation.

For the most part, KiDi used the interview as an opportunity to discuss the impact of fake news on his family, and to urge people to be more responsible in their reporting. He highlighted the distress caused by such rumours, and the need for greater care in the dissemination of information.

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