Fella Makafui's escapades with married men started before she came into limelight, Samuel Degraft Yeboah, the movie producer/director who credits himself to have discovered the actress, has claimed.
According to Degraft, Fella was dating and living in a married man's house at Race Course, a suburb of Accra, before she was discovered and brought onto the movie scene.
"From the time I picked her, she was living in Race Course in a married man's house," Degraft stated in an interview on Adom TV's Badwam.
When asked if this was the same 'sugar daddy' who reportedly took away Fella's cars, Degraft stated that they were two different people.
"This one [taking of Fella's Cars] is recent. We are talking about the time that Fella was a student of Ideal College when I saw on the road and decided to use her for my show," Degraft said.
Fella gained prominence after featuring in the popular YOLO TV series. She has since that time established herself as a successful entrepreneur considering her relatively short time in the limelight.
The actress has several businesses, including a wine and gift shop, as well as a fashion shop, which seem to be doing very well. This has won Fella a lot of admirers with many citing her as an example of actresses whoare surviving on their hard work.
But for Degraft, Fella is no role model to be looked up because, according to him, the actress is not living the life she portrays in public and will be leading people astray.
In another video of him sighted by YEN.com.gh, the movie producer/director who claims to have discovered Fella suggested that the actress's supposed success in business was not through genuine means.
"The young ladies in the system, if you want to look up to people, don't look up to Fella Makafui. If you follow people like Fella who is covering up with entrepreneurship all in the name of those things that she is doing, then she will be leading you astray."
This is not the first time Degraft has described Fella in an unpalatable manner after the two fell out late last year over a movie Degraft was about to release.
Fella had called him a fraudster for choosing ‘Kakalika Love’ as the title of a movie Fella was featured in without her consent.
'Kakalika Love', the title of Sister Derby's song which addresses the issue of Medikal breaking up with her to go for Fella, was not the original title of the movie when it was being shot.
The producer, who seems hurt by insults Fella directed at him, has also tried to reveal secrets to demean Fella anytime he gets the chance.
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