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13.06.2011 General News

'Kobi Rana Has Not Impregnated Me'

By Daily Guide
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Co-winner of the Best Actress award at the Ghana Movie Awards (GMAs) Roslyn Ngissah has denied reports that she is expecting a baby with Ghana's youngest movie director, Kobi Rana.

She told NEWS-ONE on Friday that she was not pregnant for Kobi and dared those who did not believe her to produce any evidence that she was carrying the director's baby

According to her, she and Kobi were very good friends from their school days but they had never had sex or tried anything amorous.

She was therefore shocked to hear reports that they were not just dating but also expecting a baby soon.

'Kobi and I are mates from school. He, Eddy Nartey and Nadia, we were all mates and we are free with each other. People are only getting things wrong. You can come and check if I am pregnant. I am not. I don't even know where this is coming from. Maybe people want me pregnant.'

This is the second time Roslyn has denied being pregnant. Early last year, speculations were rife that she was pregnant but she vehemently denied it.

Currently, what is even worsening her case is the fact that she has drastically lost weight and people are getting rather curious about it.

Latest photos of her from Shirley Frimpong Manso's 'Adams Apples' set seems to suggest that the actress may be on diet or has registered in a gym.

She told NEWS-ONE that she had no explanation to give to anybody because she had not done anything to her body.

Roslyn has no doubt become a household name in Ghana after co-winning the GMAs best actress award for her role in '4play' by Venus Films.

She has also starred in a number of hit movies and has shown great potentials of a great actress.

She had her basic education in Nigeria and continued at the Tema Senior High School and proceeded to the School of Performing Arts at the University of Ghana.

Source: NewsOne

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