- TV personality Haillie Sumney has jabbed Rosemond Brown over her ability to speak English
- The two ladies who were goofing around were seen in a video on Instagram
TV personality and alleged friend of American superstars, Kim Kardashian and Rick Ross, Haillie Sumney, has taken a swipe at controversial Ghanaian actress, Rosemond Alade Brown over her poor command of the English language.
In self-recorded video posted on the Instagram page of the Ghanaian actress, the two ladies who were obviously playing around were seen in a ‘hot’ fight over who could command the English language better.
Haillie Sumney went on to jokingly jab Roemond Brown by calling her a ‘local slay queen’ due to her ‘poor English’.
Rosemond Brown came back strong and refuted the claims made by Haillie Sumney and claimed that she could speak better English.
Rosemond Brown captioned the video, "See me see trouble this so called @hailliesumneyofficial here is telling me she speaks good English than I do because she once worked with 4syte tv.haha very funny and has also been mingling with @kim_khardashian! AND SO WHAT?
She said, “My name is Rosemond Brown and I am from Ghana…Why are you slanging slanging like that?”
Rosemond Alade Brown has managed to make a name for herself on social media with her controversial videos. She has commented on issues involving a lot of celebrities including Shatta Wale, Shatta Michy, Moesha Boduong and recently, she had a few ‘harsh’ words for John Dumelo.
The actress revealed that John Dumelo allegedly dumped her girlfriend of 4 years to marry Gifty Mawunya because of money and because she was related to a top member of the wealthy National Democratic Congress.
The mother of one gained a lot of attention during the recent Vodafone Ghana Music Awards as she made an appearance in a weird dress which got many people talking.
The mother of one has also crossed swords with TV personality, Deloris Frimpong Manso over a cancelled interview.
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