After Ghanaian musician Patapaa Amisty accused blogger Zionfelix of causing havoc in his marriage, his German wife has responded.
Liha Miller made it obvious in a video she posted on social media that she is unconcerned about the rumors surrounding her failing marriage.
She claims she does not have time to respond to fools or to explain anything that is currently going on in her life.
Liha's response follows reports that her marriage to the 'One Corner' hitmaker has broken down.
Patapaa gave an interview just a week ago in which he disclosed that he hasn't divorced his wife and that he hasn't seen her in months due to her profession as a nurse in Germany.
However, the musician stated in a social media post yesterday that he did not want to see his wife again.
He claims that popular blogger Zionfelix is causing trouble in his marriage, and he warns Ghanaians to stay away from him.
Click on the link below to watch the video.
Patapaa's wife speaks on their failed marriage.
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