‘I love women’ – Daddy Andre Opens Up

BY: Eyalama In Entertaiment On

Earlier this week, upcoming artiste Nadia Rania came out and accused singer and music producer Daddy Andre of sexually assaulting her.

This comes after Nadia visited Andre’s studio to record a song that Andre turned into a collaboration without her consent.

Nadia played it cool when she found Andre’s voice in the song because he is a good artiste after all.

Trouble started when it was time to shoot the video of the song. According to Nadia, Andre has been playing hard to get even after she cleared the expenses of the video shoot.

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She says every time she calls Andre for the shoot he says he misses her and asks her to go and visit him so that they can get intimate.

In an interview with Daddy Andre on NBS Uncut, when asked about the allegations being imposed on him, the producer simply said he loves women and he will continue loving them until he finds the right one.

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“I am not gay, I love women and I will continue loving them until I find the right woman to settle with,” Andre says.

The producer is currently dating singer Angella Katatumba who said their love was born in Andre’s studio while they recorded a song.

When Katatumba was contacted on the issue she preferred not to say anything. “I have no comment on that issue, ask me about anything else maybe about coronavirus but not what Andre is being accused of,” Katatumba said.

Andre has decided to sue Nadia and says it will be settled in the courts of law.

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