#DGNsports - Black Stars player, Asamoah. Gyan (AH-SAH-MWAH) (JAN) known as Baby Jet during court proceedings towards the annulment of his marriage, shocked the Accra Family Court after he claimed to be broke. The Black Stars skipper who joins the list of highest paid footballers in Ghana with a net worth of $23 million dollars posited that, he will be unable to book a first class ticket for his wife and children back to Ghana for a DNA test to be conducted as ordered by the court.
He rather reiterated that since he had not been paid for months, he could only afford
Ghc3000 a month for the upkeep of the 3 children and the wife who are based in the UK.
Meanwhile, Baby Jet is known to own a band, a mansion worth $3million at McCarthy Hill, a Phantom car which is manufactured by Rolls Royce valued at £400,000, a Mercedes Benz and a Bugatti.
So, it rather came out strange and shocking to the fans, family and inlaws of the black stars player to claim to be broke.
However, the court warned the player to desist from engaging in any delay tactics and rather, ordered him to file his full bank account details with the court in two weeks.
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#DGNShowbiz - Jamaican artiste Buju Banton literally had jamaica stand still with joy ,following his release from U.S prison after almost 10 years. Buju's was jailed in 2009 for drug possession.
Buju Banton will next week kickstart his “Long walk to Freedom” concert in Jamaica to thank his fans who kept him alive with their prayers and letters to him while in prison.
His release from prison was marked by the opening of his official BujuBanton.com website followed by interviews pertaining to his experience.
Buju Banton before his jail time was the first recording artist to break Bob Marley’s record for the most #1 singles in Jamaican music history.