Yaa Jackson, the teen Kumawood actress who has turned into a musician, has got social media buzzing after sharing new photos.
Today being Ghana's 62nd Independence anniversary, Jackson just like many other celebrities set out celebrate the special occasion.
Taking to Instagram with her well wishes, the Tear Rubber singer posted two photos with a lengthy message.
"We encountered but later conquered. For months we fought hard to gain freedom. Blood was shed, our resources were taken but our mentality as a people wasn’t captured. The readiness to make our own decision was the backbone of why we kept on fighting to gain freedom.
"I’m glad to celebrate with y’all an additional year of independence. Ghana is wealthy. Happy Independence Day Mama Ghana," Jackson's post read.
In the photos, the actress-musician could be seen wearing a vest which clearly showed her chest or bossom as some prefer to call it. This was because Jackson was not wearing a brassiere and looked to have revealed too much.
Unperturbed that she had parts of her body, Jackson held a Ghana flag as she smiled and posed for the camera.
While Maame Jackson's message could be described as a very good one, some of her fans been offended by her dressing with many tagging her as indecent.
@mharmhe_yhaar_phyleson was straightforward as she urged the actress and singer to be decent: "Be decent wai"
@yaw_donkor thought mother Ghana will not be happy with Jackson's message because of her dressing: "Mother Ghana will cry today because of your dressing."
@amponsahkaka3 wondered why Jackson shared such a picture: "Oh pretty girl why this.......hmmm."
@rthurjaeron who did not see why Jackson should be showing off her "flat chest" on social media told the actress: "Look at your flat chest."
@paakofiappreku said Jackson was too troublesome: "This small girl dey worry ooo."
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