“Yaw Siki was discharged on Thursday and it’s not true his speech is affected” Manager

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Yaw Siki

Yaw Siki

www.233times.com promised Readers it will follow the proceedings of Ghanaian Rapper Yaw Siki’s near fatal accident which saw him on admission at 37 Military Hospital 15th April this year.

Contacting the Manager of the said Rapper, he confirmed to www.233times.com that, his Artiste has been discharged from the 37 Military Hospital and now at home. As to when he left the care of the Doctors and Nurses, MC Coaches said “he was discharged on Thursday”.

He further refuted speculations that, the accident has affected his speech. Blatantly he hurriedly said “Naah, its not true it has affected his speech. He can speak well”

“How long should his fans wait for live performance from him?” this Reporter asked. In a not-to-sure answer, MC Coaches, the CEO of PentHaus Productions said “as soon as he’s healed”

MC Coaches revealed to www.233times.com that, Yaw Siki is in “a metallic body supporting device which is like a jacket. It is screwed to his head and wearing him”

He further solicited, “fans should be calm and keep supporting with their prayers. Siki is gonna bounce back harder”


Author: Nana Kwesi Coomson (www.233times.com)


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