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All You Need To Know About The Pregnant Woman Who Danced At Daddy Lumba’s Concert

The focal point of this report is on Daddy Lumba’s Legends Night, where we delve into the remarkable journey of the woman who shared a memorable moment with the Highlife icon on stage and her subsequent delivery of a baby boy that took place a few hours later.

The woman whose identity we have discovered as Natasha Adwoa, couldn’t resist dancing exuberantly to Daddy Lumba’s captivating performances during the event that took place at Lighthouse Theatre in London.

The Highlife legend, who has over 30 albums to his credit, noticed his biggest fan and instructed his bodyguard to assist her in joining him on stage.

Once Natasha reached the stage, she began showering Lumba with money as she continued to dance with fervour.

As previously disclosed in an earlier publication by Tru News Report, it was revealed that Natasha gave birth to a baby boy at an undisclosed hospital in Hertfordshire.

This marks the fifth child for Natasha and her beloved husband with whom she has been married for eight years. Remarkably, the lady was already nine and a half months pregnant when she attended the concert in London.

The energy and enthusiasm with which she danced seemingly played a role in aiding her childbirth, as suggested by numerous comments from netizens, as observed by Tru News Report.

Source – Tru News Report


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