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YOLO actor Aaron Adatsi speaks on birth of his son

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YOLO actor, Aaron Adasti, has released a statement to address issues surrounding the birth and outdooring of his son.

The actor has been criticised by the public for having a child out of wedlock.

In the statement released through the actor’s Instagram page on Monday October 19, he said the decision to have the baby underlines the need  for people to take responsibility for their choices.

Adatsi has been largely seen as an ambassador for good morals because of his role in YOLO and therefore, news of his christening came as a surprise to many and stirred up conversations regarding who the actor is and what he stands for.

“I understand that in some of my professional engagement, i have come to represent many morally upright things to the masses, but in all humility, i refuse to hoist the flag of hypocrisy as a substitute to taking responsibility of the choice i made” he stated.

“The very core of my human nature and some of my professional endeavors underline the need to make choices one can be responsible for – and for this subject, I did” the statement further said.

BELOW IS THE FULL STATEMENT

 

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A post shared by AARON ADATSI (@iamaaronadatsi) on

Adasti and his fiancee Eyram outdoored their baby at a private ceremony on Saturday October 17, 2020.

STORY BY: YAW WEREKO AMPOMAH

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