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“It’s about time female celebrities have to set an example and support each other” – Sister Afia

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“It’s about time female celebrities have to set an example and support each other” – Sister Afia

Ghanaian Afro-pop musician Francisca Gawugah, widely known as Sister Afia has disclosed that is about time female celebrities has to set an example and support each other

Sister Afia shared this information after she was spotted in a video with her colleague Freda enjoying themselves following their fight.

Sister Afia was interviewed by Ghanaian media personality MzGee and she was questioned whether her fight with Freda Rhymz has any implications on her

The musician responded that her fight with her colleague has even revealed her true identity and she doesn’t have regrets about their fight.

Meanwhile, Ghanaian musician Wendy Shay has shared a post on her social media page expressing how Ghanaians don’t have a female role model based on the Sister Afia issue.

Sister Afia indicated that she doesn’t agree with Wendy Shay because Ghanaians have many females who are her role models

She continued that, she has role models like Nana Ama McBrown, Yvonne Okoro, and others, these are peoples she look up to and everybody has her own perceptions so she doesn’t agree with Wendy Shay.

Watch the video below:

Source: Docupdates.com

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