YEN.com.gh has sighted a photo by Damien Peter Agyemang, son of actress Jackie Appiah, flaunting his car on social media.
In the photo, Damien stands by an ash-coloured Benz car as he rubs his hand on it.
He is also captured looking at the car and it is obvious that he was admiring his expensive Benz.
Damien shared this photo to his Instagram page with a simple caption “My new car”.
Unfortunately, some of his fans and followers on Instagram have exhibited what could be best described as jealousy concerning Damien’s revelation about his car.
Fawaz, for instance, attacked Damien just because he said he owned the car.
ybn_fawaz: “Kwasia u fii buy. Meaning fool can you buy that?”
But Damien who obviously refuses to be bullied hit back at Fawaz, telling him that he is not poor like Fawaz is.
damienpeteragyemang: “I aint poor like u.”
Damien also gave the same answer to another fan named Kaden who said the car cannot be owned by him.
kaden_savage12: “no its not.”
Another fan waded into the controversy condemning Damien’s attackers, explaining that his mom Jackie can afford to buy anything for him.
itz_payson_i_luv_jackie_appiah: “@ybn_fawaz hey respect urself OK his mom can do anything for him.”
YEN.com.gh cannot say if the car truly belongs to the thirteen-year-old Damien or if it is for his mom and he was merely showing off with it.
Damien Peter Ageymang is Jackie Appiah’s first and only child born from her marriage with Mr. Peter Agyemang.
The two reportedly got married in 2005 when Damien was born, but the marriage fell on the rock few years after.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier published a photo report of how Jackie Appiah’s ex-husband rocked their wedding with is impeccable fashion taste.
Jackie Appiah remains one of Ghana’s proudest actresses.
She has acted in an uncountable number of movies together with others including John Dumelo, Majid Michel, Van Vicker, Nadia Buari, Kofi Adjorlolo, Nana Ama McBrown, Yvonne Nelson, just to mention a few.
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