YEN.com.gh has seen a photo of Nana Aba Anamoah which is causing her fans to mock her on social media.
Nana Aba wears freshly made braids in the photo and it seems she was not comfortable with it.
The photo shows some pain marks all around her hairline, a very common occurrence in women when they have new braids and this is a really painful experience.
Nana Aba had her head bowed and as if she was looking at something on her phone, but her posture has made her fans to conclude that she was crying because of the pain being inflicted on her by the braids.
YEN.com.gh’s eyes caught a comment by one Instagram user by name Yaa Asantewaa, asking Nana Aba to correct her hair just the way she corrects people’s grammar on social media.
bby_yaa_asantewaa: “She will be on IG correcting [people’s] grammar [but] she can't correct her hair.”
Obaapa also commented that Nana Aba was crying because she was in pain.
obaapa_adepankunim: “@glam_n_glitters_mua BT u want to see tears before......her hair dey pain her ankasa so the dey cry inside.”
Lit said that the hairstyle was disturbing.
__lit_ified__: “Disturbing ��.”
Tilly wondered why Nana Aba would do an ‘old fashion’ hairstyle.
swt_tilly: “@mrs_manso ermmm this style still dey .”
9aomie said Nana Aba Anamoah’s hairstyle is indeed old fashioned and no one would waste time to have that.
9aomie: “@swt_tilly etwem oooo who sits to spend time doing this ? After you anim all will tutuuu.”
Mabby called on Jesus stressing that she feels Nana Aba’s pain.
iam_mabbybanksgh: “Yesu, I feel her pain.”
Cherry said Nana Aba’s hair was a way to keep wrinkles away.
cherry_baybie: “Allow her. It’s keeping the wrinkles away .”
Meanwhile, Nana Aba Anamoah has been in the news recently following reports that Sarkodie appointed her as PRO for his brand.
She was also in the news for debunking that report saying that she has not been appointed by Sarkodie.
Nana Aba was also in the news for jumping on stage like a baby when Sarkodie was performing.
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