Kumawood actress, Tracey Boakye has said that her coffin should be painted with colors of the National Democratic Congree (NDC) when she dies.
According to the actress, she has always loved the NDC party and will continue to support the party until she dies.
In a video that YEN.com.gh sighted on the Instagram page of rumorsandgossipsgh, Tracey Boakye in an interview with YFM in Kumasi denied reports that she said NDC was a useless party.
The actress noted that on no platform did she make such derogatory comments about the NDC party.
"I didn't stand anywhere to say that NDC is a useless party. Me? I have never said that. When I die, my coffin should be painted with NDC colors," Tracey said in twi.
"Because I love the party. My mum who gave birth to me is NPP but ever since I joined the NDC party, she has never asked me anything about it," she added.
Tracey Boakye further revealed how at a young age, she used to steal her mother's car to attend NDC rallies.
The actress said at the time, even though she was not 18 to be able to vote, she loved the NDC party and always sneaked out to watch late President John Atta-Mills, John Mahama and the NDC party folks when they were in town.
Tracey Boakye was in the studio to respond to rumors in the media claiming she had said NDC was useless.
Tracey Boakye who publicly disclosed her support for John Mahama and the NDC prior to the 2016 general elections said she could never have said that.
Recently, YEN.com.gh published that Tracey Boakye had launched a pub located at Patasi in Kumasi.
The actress who also runs a beauty parlor revealed that she spent a whooping GHC 200,000 in setting up the pub.
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Source: Yen Newspaper