Shatta Wale’s friend 'chopped' Efia Odo and gave her 4,000 cedis - Social media user

Shatta Wale’s friend 'chopped' Efia Odo and gave her 4,000 cedis - Social media user

- A social media user has alleged that Efia Odo slept with a man for money when she was broke

- The actress has however refuted the claims made by the Twitter user

A social media user has alleged that actress Efia Odo received an amount of money from one of Shatta Wale’s friends after they had been in bed together.

According to the Twitter user, Efia Odo, who complained of being broke at the time, slept with the man who in turn, gave her an amount of GHc 4,000.

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The social media user alleged on Twitter that, “But me I know Chico, that Shatta Wale's friend fu*** you and gave you 4000gh because you told him you were broke, isn't that sleeping with men for money too?

However, in a quick rebuttal, Efia Odo vehemently denied the claims being made and ‘warned’ the lady to stop telling lies.

Efia Odo, in her reply to the allegations said, “U r a liar sis don’t lie no nigga has ever given me 4K cedis def not for a fuck don’t play yaself.”

In effect, Efia Odo is claiming that she had not received money from any man for a sexual favor.

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_Efuwa, the Twitter account holder called out Efia Odo after the actress made a post in the wake of a viral video involving actress Moesha Boduong.

After Moesha Boduong’s interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour went viral, many female celebs including Efia Odo came out and called the actress to order.

Efia Odo who took offence with Moesha’s comments revealed in a Twitter post that, “I wake up at 4am every morning to get to work for 5:45 am leave at 10am to come back for 6pm and leave at 10pm. Not all of US have to depend on a man for financial stability.”

Moesha Boduong has received a lot of backlash on social media for her comments in the interview.

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