My Son And I Don’t Smoke, He Is Only Going Through A Phase – Achimota Rasta Man Defends Son After Attack

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A video surfaced online a few hours ago with Tereo accusing his son Tyron of hurting him.

Recall that sometime last year, Tereo and Tryon Marghuy were all over the news when Achimota School rejected Tryon’s application to attend the school because his religion and hair prevented him from being admitted.

The Marghuys’ decided to take the case to court, where they were successful in obtaining a ruling that required the school to let the youngster attend with his rasta.

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Anyway, in the video posted by Tereo he accused his son of hurting him with a sharp knife over an altercation.

“He had a dispute with his sister, and I went over to ask him why, and he simply disconnected his laptop and walked over me, and that is what he has been doing all of these years.” Tereo was referring to the fact that Tereo had gone to him to ask him why he had just done that.” Tereo had bemoaned.

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Speaking in a latest interview on Angel TV, Tereo came to the defence of his son.

When asked if his son was under the influence of a substance to make him behave that way, Tereo stated emphatically that neither he nor his son drink or smoke.

He defended the actions of his son by saying that he was only going through a phase of “manliness” and that he didn’t mean to portray him as a bad boy.

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