Man City and Ivory coast striker Wilfried Bony has reportedly demanded for a paternity test after 23 year old Journalism student Courtney Ngobe gave birth to a baby girl on Monday June 20th, and claimed the child belongs to the £28million striker.
On Monday Courtney announced the birth of the baby girl alongside a picture with the words: “My delicate miracle. “I give thanks to the Lord, for his mercy endures forever”.
But after she announced her pregnancy with a picture of the scan, Bony denied he was the father and is said to have requested a paternity test.
His denial prompted a furious exchange with Courtney’s sister Nicole in May when she blasted the footballer – who has two other children with his wife– for backing out on his promise to support Courtney.
On Instagram Courtney’s sister Nicole fumed: “I’ve sat back and said nothing while you ruin my little sister’s life.
“If you don’t want children how about you learn how to use a CONDOM!!!!!!!!
“You know the baby is yours and you even told her you knew the baby was yours.
“You told her you would support her to turn around and do absolutely NOTHING!!
“All you’ve done is cause nothing but stress and grief for my sister.
“Once we prove the child is yours you can’t take these 8 months back!
“We don’t want your money but you have to provide for your child!’
Nicole, 24, later told The Sun: “Bony chased my sister on Instagram.
“She had no idea.
“She’s a 23-year-old girl and she’s naïve, but she fell for him.
“He has demanded a paternity test and when she agreed to give one before the birth he said no he’ll wait until after.”
“My sister regrets nothing and couldn’t be happier for the little blessing she’s about to have.
“She slept with a man who told her he loved her and would always take care of her?
“She has taken full accountability.
“He however takes none and refuses to acknowledge his responsibility.”
Wilfred Bony is the joint-most expensive African player of all time when he moved to Man City for £28 million last year but has struggled with injuries.
Source: Sun UK /Dailymail UK