Comedian Jemutai has distanced herself from a picture of a newborn posted by her baby daddy Professor Hamo. The picture elicited mixed reactions from fans online with many tagging Jemutai asking how she managed to hide the pregnancy for such a long time. Hamo captioned the image, 'Welcome home baby Renee'.
However, Jemutai denied being the mother of the newborn leaving fans guessing it could belong to Hamo's first wife, Zipporah. The family is growing by the minute and it could not get interesting without the newest addition. Hamo and Jemutai have two children together, Jeremy and Kayla who take up after the them.
Fans took to the comment section to congratulate Hamo while others teased him calling the comedian father Abraham, who according to the Bible was the father of many nations and sired a lot of children.
With many tagging and mentioning Jemutai, she responded with a post on her Facebook saying that although the newborn is not hers, she has accepted the congratulatory messages.
Hamo did not reveal the gender of the newborn but many fans guessed with the name Renee, it could be a baby girl. We wish Hamo and his newborn child good health and happiness as they grow together.
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