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Allow The Young Girls To Grow: Samini Warns Men Following The Display Of His 14-Year-Old Daughter At Daddy Lumba’s Wolverhampton Concert.

Juliet Korkor 1 week ago 0

Ghanaian singer Samini has issued a caution to men who may be interested in young girls.

During a performance at Daddy Lumba’s event in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, the “Linda” hitmaker shared an incident where he saw a man expressing concern about his 14-year-old daughter.

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Samini mentioned that some young girls may appear older than they are due to their mature appearance, and he advised men to be patient and allow these girls to grow and develop at their own pace.

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To emphasize his point, Samini called his own 14-year-old daughter onto the stage and stressed the importance of protecting and caring for young girls.

Despite the serious message, Samini continued to entertain the crowd with his energetic performance and popular songs.

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Known for his lively shows, Samini received a positive response from the audience at the event.

To see the recorded footage of Samini’s performance and message.

Check out the video below.

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