Asamoah Gyan’s Three Kids Reportedly Showing him ‘Attitude’ for the Disgraceful Manner He’s Treated Them the Past few Months

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Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan has gotten himself into a real bind after destroying his family for the pathetic dream of chasing a slay queen’s tonga.

Gyan’s plan of proving his wife is a serial cheat to enable him get out of his marriage without paying a dime in alimony has been completely shattered with the news that the DNA test instead proved he is the father of all three kids.

With that news having destroyed his plans, Gyan now has to face the consequences of his actions. As reported earlier, Gyan had neglected his kids since the entire saga started, in his delusional belief that they are not his children.

According to close family sources, Gyan refused to see his kids, missed their birthdays and even did not spend any time with them over the Christmas period.

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And the children returned the favour during the day that the DNA test was being taken, according to a mynewsgh report.

When the family got together in the hospital where the tests were taken, Gyan reportedly tried talking to his kids but they completely ignored him as if he did not exist. A family source told the publication that it was only the second kid who gave Gyan a slight acknowledgement with a head nod but even he did not look too pleased to see his ‘father.’

According to the source, the children had become aware of the media circus generated by their father over their paternity as some of them had started being teased in school.

With the results now showing them as Gyan’s kids, it’s interesting to see if he would be able to repair his relationship with them going forward. Based on this report his chances are not too great.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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