Priscilla Nyarko with her baby boy
A beautiful young lady by name Priscilla Nyarko has popped up with a seven-week-old baby who she says belongs to the late hiplife musician, Ronnie Coaches of Buk Bak fame.
Ronnie died last Thursday morning at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra, and since then four women, apart from Priscilla, are claiming Ronnie was their husband.Though the late hiplife artiste had four children with four different women, he spent most of his time with Priscilla at her residence in Abeka Lapaz New Market, a suburb of Accra, and their relationship was known to everybody including friends of the late music star.
BEATWAVES learnt Ronnie had been taken ill for some time, and had been seeking medical attention.
Though medical report on his death has not been made public, BEATWAVES gathered some of Ronnie’s close pals were speculating that their friend left more questions than answers.
However, when Priscilla was asked whether she believed Ronnie did not die a natural death, she said she did not have spiritual eyes to see what happens in the spiritual realm and so could not tell.
Priscilla Nyarko, an obviously sad and worried mother of a new born baby said she was yet to come to terms with the reality that her son’s father was truly dead because she found it difficult to believe that the man whom she loved and had a baby with was no more.
“I am very sad. I don’t even know what to say. I have one month three weeks old baby boy with him. He did not name his son before he died. I will always remember him…The last time I was with him in my room, Ronnie predicted his death saying he would not live to see his son grow. He knew he was going to die. It was like he knew he was never coming back from the hospital,” Priscilla said whilst breast feeding the baby boy.
Priscilla admitted that Ronnie had not been well for some time and had complained of severe heartache: “The very day he complained bitterly about severe heartache, I rushed him to the Achimota Hospital where he was treated at the emergency unit and discharged on the same day. A day or so after, he again complained bitterly about severe pains in the heart. When I realized that the situation was getting out of hand, I quickly informed his relations who quickly rushed him to the hospital.”
Source: George Clifford Owusu