Madam Tiwaah, the alleged sister to Ghanaian Hiplife artiste, Kwaw Kese has angrily hit back at the musician for his denial of reports suggesting that his ‘biological’ mother has passed on.
A few days ago, reports were rife in the media that Kwaw Kese born Emmanuel Botwe has lost his mother Yaa Serwaa. Members of Kwaw Kese’s mother side at Sankori speaking to DJ Emparo of Beat FM accused the musician of abandoning them.
Madam Tiwaah, Kwaw Kese’s elder sister during the interview with DJ Emparo pleaded with her younger brother to forgive her of any wrongdoing which caused him to abandon her and the family.
According to Kwaw’s sister, there was a little misunderstanding between them which provoked Kwaw to leave her and the other relatives to their fate in the village.
The musician in a video has debunked the rumours stating that his mother is still alive and kicking. Kwaw Kese urged his fans and the general public to ignore the fake news.
He also took to his official Twitter page to express his disgust at Ghanaian media for spreading such false news about him without first checking the authenticity of it.
He wrote: “People fool oo lol, my mum is not dead. Ignore any stupid news going around.”
But in the latest interview with the same radio personality who broke the news, Madam Tiwaah, Kwaw Kese’s alleged sister has reiterated that if the musician has boldly refuted the demise of their mother and denied the family, then she has also disowned him.
Madam Tiwaah indicated that, despite asking for financial support for the burial initially, she doesn’t need his help anymore because the family has sufficient money for the funeral service which has been slated for November this year.
Reacting to the issue, she disclosed she has had enough insults from the “Trap House” singer over the development.
“All I want to say now is if Kwaw says he doesn’t know us, then we also don’t know him. We are not forcing him to support the funeral so if he doesn’t know us it is cool. The insult is enough. We should all live in peace. If he says he has his mother alive then for us we have lost ours.” Madam Tiwaa told DJ Emparo.
It is unclear who is being truthful about the conflicting issue as it stands now.
The 2008 Artiste of the Year award winner recently lost his newborn baby at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.