The AMG Boss Criss Waddle real name is Criss Kwaku Waddle known for his luxury life and music has offered to help Daasebre Gyamenah’s wife and child. This gesture is very timely and has been applauded by the general public.
Daasebre Gyamenah passed away on 29th July 2016 while he was on admission at the 37 Military Hospital. Gyamenah shot to fame in 1999 in the ‘Kokooko’ hit song collaboration with Hiplife rapper Lord Kenya and later earned the nickname ‘Ahoofe’ after he released the ‘Ahoofe’ song. He released other hit songs like ‘Twaso,’ ‘It’s OK,’ ‘Still I Love You,’ ‘Yenfii Ta,’ among others
Daasebre’s wife, thrown out of the house.
Amina Ibrahim, the second wife of late Ghanaian highlife musician, Daasebre Gyamenah has been ejected from her husband’s home barely two years after his death.
According to her, the elder brother of her late husband broke into their Kokomlemle home to throw her things out.
She told Sister Sandy on Adom TV that she now lives in New Town in Accra.
“I now stay with a friend at New Town in a single room. I used to live with Daasebre at Kokomlemle until his death but his big brother broke into the house and threw my things out,” she said.
Criss Waddle who is the Chief Executive Officer of the AMG Business, saw the social media post indicating the wife of the late musician Daasebre Gyamenah has been thrown out of the house.
Criss Waddle Offers Daasebre Gyamenah’s Wife & Child Help after house eviction
He then responded saying “JOYNEWS just help me get her number so that I can rent another place for her,we are tired of some of us Africans and our stupidity,why would any reasonable sibling of Daasebere treat the Legends son and mother like that?”
We applaud the AMG CEO for this charitable initaitive