YOLO, Popular television series actor Aaron Adatsi commonly called “Cyril” has spoken for the first time after the birth and christening of his son Aaron Junior (Ronny Jnr)
According to him, he welcomed his child several months back together with his family and some close relatives to his life at the naming ceremony.
He added that a lot of circumstances prevented him from outdooring his son early which we are guessing some could be COVID-19
Several months back, I, together with my family and some close relations welcomed an unimaginable blessing into our lives.He said
While I did not envision putting out a statement to welcome my blessing; it has become necessary to take control of the narrative – as unforeseen circumstances have robbed me of the precious opportunity to formally outdoor my blessing to the world at my own convenience.
News of his christening has come as a surprise to many and over the past few days, has stirred up conversations regarding who I am and what I stand for.
Meanwhile, speaking on how some Ghanaians are beginning to tag him as a pretender based on the role he played in YOLO
He decided to also take advantage of the moment to make things clear for netizens saying;
I understand that in some of my professional engagements 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.
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.
I am now better equipped as I could ever be, with first-hand experience, to continue leading in my unofficial capacity as an ASRH ambassador.
So come, join me on my mission to represent the broader spectrum of people – both young and old, who boldly accept their responsibilities and forge ahead for a better future against the judgement and stigma that plague our society.
Thank you for all your well wishes and support.
God bless us all. AA