Finding out that one is not the biological father of a child one has spent so much on, showered so much love on is a life-twisting occurrence that has shattered the lives of many men. It throws many into a psychological trauma that could end up claiming their lives.
The case is, however, different for Jamier Griffin, a Chicago-based man who has become an internet sensation, earning praises here and there for his uncommon reaction after founding out he is not the biological father of his daughter.
In a complicated situation where many would have expected the young man to blast his partner on social media, Jamier from decided to pray for the baby and her mother.
Read the heartbreaking story below:
He said: “9/7/19 I received DNA results saying Giavanna isn’t my daughter. My life has changed drastically. Feeling like I’ve had my spine ripped through my flesh doesn’t give my pain justice in words. This is my life!!! Giving myself and the world closure on a chapter God deemed to be unfit for where he’s taking me.
“Giavanna I pray you grow up to be a beautiful, educated black woman with no limitations. I pray your mom elevates to new heights financially, physically, and spiritually. Thank you Giavanna for an amazing 1 year and 5 months.”
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that popular Ghanaian boxer, Emmanuel Tagoe, discovered that his fourteen-year-old child is not his.
A Facebook post by popular sports journalist, Saddick Adams SportsObama, reveals the boxer had been fathering the child for the past 14 years only for a DNA test to reveal that he was not the child's biological father.
According to the information available, Tagoe suspected his baby mama of blackmail, extortion, and conspiracy with her family to "milk him dry".
The baby mama, according to Tagoe, was making huge demands of him including taking the son to the school attended by Asamoah Gyan's children even though she was aware he could not afford.
He then suspected that there must be something fishy about the whole thing, and decided to go in for the DNA test to know if the child is indeed his, but the test proved negative.
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