-Nigerian comedian jabs Ghanaian celebrities over misunderstanding
-The argument involved three female celebrities who have taken sides in a ‘war’ of words
Nigerian-born female comedian, Heiress Jacinta has jabbed some female Ghanaian celebrities who have taken sides in a beef on social media by throwing accusations and counter accusations at each other.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram account of entertainment site, Zionfelixdotcom, the comedian based in Ghana appeared to be making fun of the locally acquired foreign accent (LAFA) being used by the Ghanaian celebrities.
According to the comedian, both budding actress Efia Odo and musician Sista Afia were using their LAFA in the beef which took out the ‘Ghanaianism’ from their fight.
She asked the celebrities to put aside their foreign accents and ‘fight well’.
However, Heiress Jacinta said Fella Makafui, unlike Efia Odo and Sista Afia could only boast of a 'Hyundai Accent' and not the foreign accent being spoken by Sista Afia and Efia Odo.
The Nigerian comedian went on to mock the turn of events and war of words that the celebrities were engaged in.
Heiress Jacinta’s comments comes on the heels of a social media banter alleged to be going on between the ladies.
Efia Odo attacked Fella Makafui for using Ebony’s one week observance as an opportunity to “show herself to the world.”
She further accused Fella Makafui of sleeping with prominent men and public figures for money.
Interestingly, musician Sista Afia, waded into the controversy defending Fella Makafui.
Sista Afia attacked Efia Odo, calling her a broke girl who seeks to ride on Fella’s name for fame.
Sista Afia went on to allege that Efia Odo had stolen GHC 400 from a man.
She added that the actress was so broke that she could not even afford to buy paint to beautify her house.
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