FC Porto forward Majeed Waris has warned of the defamation published on his Instagram page accusing his wife Habiba Sinare of infedility.
According to the Ghanaian international, he was a victim of the work a hacker who entered his account and changed the password.
The malicious perpetrator in a ‘strong-worded’ post suggested that Waris was in doubt about the Paternity of his first born.
The slanderous publications has since been erased by the Black Stars striker who has successfully recovered his account.
“Just to confirm that I have my account back, I and my family are completely fine,” he added in the captions of an image that comes with Sinare and the baby during the festivities for the championship win at Dragon Stadium.
Sinare also used her Instagram to clear the air on the matter: “Do not destroy yourself by allowing negative people to add nonsense and debris to your character, reputation and aspirations. Keep all dreams alive, but discreetly, so those with unhealthy tongues have no choice but to infest themselves with their own diseases” she posted.
Habiba, 21, is the daughter of Alhaji Saeed Sinare former Ghana Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and a niece to popular Ghana actress Kalsoum Sinare.
The young couple have been married since April 2017 after completing the Islamic marriage rites.