Comedian Jemutai on Tuesday afternoon revealed that the DNA results of a paternity test that Professor Hamo supposedly requested are out.
Through a rather cryptic post on social media, Jemutai, without revealing much, wrote: “DNA results are out 99.9%.”
Last week, the comedian stated that Hamo had asked for a DNA test to determine the paternity of the children they allegedly sired, adding that they had met at a city restaurant to iron out their issues.
“Yes, that was me, Hamo and his brother we were at Big Square on Wednesday. We met on Monday with Churchill and a few guys to try and sort out issues. We are still sorting out issues.
“At the meeting, he agreed to pay for the school fees, so tulimeet on Wednesday as agreed and he gave me the school nkalipa jana… the DNA will be out in 2 weeks,” she said at the time.
The saga, which almost got out of hand, made Hamo respond to claims that he does not support his children.
Denying the allegations made by Jemutai, Hamo said he had been providing for all his children from the day they were born.
Highlighting the issue via his Facebook account, Hamo said his current wife is in charge of sending upkeep to the children who don't live with them.
"I have children who live with me and others who don't live with me. I have been providing for my children from day one and there's no day they went without food or shelter or anything they need.
“My wife is the one who sends upkeep for the children who don't live with us. This has been the agreement between my family and the mother of the children," wrote Hamo.
By the time this article was published, Hamo had not commented on the matter.
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