Francisca Frimpong, a Ghanaian businesswoman, has said that when her relationship ended, she was unable to notify any of her friends since she had previously urged them not to be entirely committed to a relationship.
Franca, as she was known, told SVTV Africa’s DJ Nyaami that she was fully committed and in love, but she was oblivious of it.
“Whenever they had any relationship issue, they came to me, and whatever I warned them against came true. I acted strong like I could not be heartbroken, so when it happened, I sought advice from strangers. I could not tell any of my friends. I would spice up our conversations and tell them that no one loves or commits these days. Not knowing, I was deeply in love,” she said.
Franca is a single mother of a 5-year-old daughter. She stated that their relationship did not work out, but that they have a good relationship and that he is a responsible person.
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Meanwhile, Shatta Wale’s video in which he drags Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah into the dirt is currently trending on Twitter.
Shatta Wale, a dancehall rapper, was seen making outlandish claims about Jackie Appiah in a video that was circulated on social media, causing a controversy. Jackie does not deserve to be referred to as a celebrity, according to Shatta Wale.
He added that Jackie Appiah doesn’t make a living by acting because no films sells for more than $10,000. Shatta went on to accuse Jackie of financing her lavish lifestyle by sleeping with men.
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Well, the reason why Shatta Wale has gone gaga on the Ghanaian actress has been linked to a subtle jab he received from her during the pandemic. This was disclosed by a Twitter user identified as @Yaw_Energy.
In an editorial published by Gossips24, back in 2020, Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah subtly slammed Shatta Wale as she disagreed with the money-hungry dancehall artist’s notion that ambassadors of coronavirus cannot work for ‘Nyame’ – GOD.
In an interview with MzGee, Jackie Appiah stated categorically that celebrities who are designated as ambassadors in times of crises should not be compensated.
She told Mzgee:
We all need to educate each other…This is a global thing, it’s not just my industry alone. It’s quite sad…sometimes I use my platform to educate people
I’m doing this already for free right now nobody is paying me. I’m already doing it without being paid
If government wants to engage me, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie or any other, they should know that there is something that needs to be done. It’s a tradition.
In return, Shatta Wale said;
We can’t come out and say we’re going to do it for free. I’m not part of their political party. It’s best for them to put a package down. Doing it for free will be very hard for someone like me.
Jackie lambasted the musician and ruled out that mentality, contrary to Shatta’s thoughts.
I don’t need to wait for government; nobody needs to wait for anybody to call them. I think it is right for an individual to preach to people to talk to people that’s why we have the numbers.
God has given us the numbers to educate people…everyone needs to educate people because people don’t understand [what is going on].
The Twitter user @Yaw_Energy believes this is why Shatta Wale has called out the Ghanaian actress. Meanwhile, Jackie Appiah hasn’t responded to the call out and may probably ignore it because of how classy she is.