Popular Kumawood teen actress, Clara Benson, popularly known as Maame Serwaa has finally opened up after her mum’s passing and has inked a very touching tribute in her mother’s honor.
The actress took to her Instagram account after sharing a poster of the One Week Observation of her mum’s passing and she had this to say, “No matter what I do to move on from this pain, deep down inside I will always know that I will never get a mother's Love again. Your death was a brutal lesson to me that life is so fickle, I wish destiny had given this lesson to me in a different way. Mom, I know you are listening from the heavens above, there is nothing that I value more than your love, no matter where I am or what I am doing. Your memories will always keep me smiling. RIP Mrs. Rose Amoateng Benson”.
The One Week observation which was held at Atwima Koforidua in the Ashanti Region saw the attendance from family members, friends and sympathizers.
Many stars have called on the actress to commiserate with her and the bereaved family upon their loss.
Some of the actors and actresses who have shown their support to the young actress include Yaw Dabo, Vivia Jill Lawrence, Tracey Boakye, Samuel Nyamekye and Apostle John Prah.
According to the reports that came in from manager of the actress, Rose Amoateng Benson, mother of the actress passed away Thursday December 7 after a short illness.
The actress who was in Accra planning a mega children’s program in December was rushed to Kumasi upon hearing the death of her mother and is currently in the family house.
The actress who professed so much love for her family and revealed that she had started a building project to honor her family for the immense support they had given her in her career.
The young actress who is believed to be one of Kumawood’s wealthiest stars has starred in over 100 Kumawood-produced movies.
Rose Amoateng Bensonwas the mother of 3 children, 2 boys and Maame Serwaa who was the only daughter of the deceased woman.
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