The girlfriend of the fallen music legend Quincy B has given birth to a bouncing baby girl about one and a half weeks after his death.
The late music icon’s girlfriend, Agnes Kollie, give birth yesterday and named the baby Quindy Borrowes – keeping the promise she made with her late boyfriend that if the child is a boy, he would be named Quincy Jr., and if a girl, she would be called Quindy.
In an interview with FrontPage Africa a day after the artist died, Agnes, 20, said Quincy never told his parents that she was pregnant, and that she is only known to his family as a close friend.
“We were cool and everything was going fine. I never went to see his family as a girlfriend, but I met them once and they asked me, I told them that we were friends…by that time I was not pregnant,” said Agnes.
She added in that report that she and Quincy were happy over the pregnancy and took her to his manager, Lewiz McCarthy, informing him about it.
“Quincy told me his father is not in a good health condition suffering from stroke… because he never wanted him to do something or feel bad, so he asked me to wait after I give birth, then we will carry the child to his parents,” she told FrontPage Africa Staff Writer James-Emmanuel D. Cole.
She added: “It was hectic and hard to accept when I got the news. Nothing much to say; I’m just here in my little corner praying for safe delivery.”