The singer recounted it all in an interview on Accra FM saying : “The worst was, I don’t even know which one to pick. When I came here from the UK and went to Canada, I’m sure a lot of people already know about it.
When I was pregnant and had an ectopic, the next one was when I gave birth and my child died in my hands. But the other one that was more serious was when I was carrying my third child. The doctors had left a placenta in my womb from the previous pregnancy.
And when you read on the internet, this killed a lot of people, and I was going back and forth for 2 months with it in my stomach and I was bleeding like an open tap.
That was when I knew what God had for me was not yet done so I’d never die. If God doesn’t kill you, no human can”.