Men who tamper with their phone in the presence of ladies are ‘pilots’ – Fella Makafui

Men who tamper with their phone in the presence of ladies are ‘pilots’ – Fella Makafui

Budding Ghanaian actress and entrepreneur, Fella Makafui, has released a cryptic message in the latest post on social media.

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Fella Makafui in photoshoot

Fella Makafui rose to prominence for her role in the hit TV series YOLO

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The message which reads, “to all guys that visit their girlfriend and put their phone on airplane mode. Well done Mr. Pilot! Your plane will soon crash”, has sent tongues wagging and generated a lot of talk.

Oblivious to the various meanings that could be read into her statement she added a beautiful image of herself.

Fella Makafui in stylish cloting

She was spotted in a light blue top with flowery designs which was matched with a black straight trouser.

Fella Makafui at an event

Fella Makafui rose to fame when she starred in the popular television series ‘YOLO’.

She has, in that respect, won a number of awards, the latest of them being “The Most Promising Ghanaian Actress Award, at the 2016 People Entertainment Awards.

Fella Makafui big smile

Her contributions to the movie industry have helped to brand her as one of the stars to watch out for in the near future.

Fella Makafui in white outfit

Outside the world of movies, Fella Makafui opened her wine shop in the year 2017. She took to social media to tease her fans with pictures captured on the first day of business.

Men who tamper with their phone in the presence of ladies are ‘pilots’ – Fella Makafui

The shop, shop, called "Fella Wine & Liquor" is located in the American House Building at East Legon, a suburb of Accra in the Greater Accra Region.

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