One of Ghana’s popular red carpet and fashion host, Nana Akua Addo, has shared a photo of her childhood to tell a story.
According to her, many people have bombarded her with questions of why she does not smile in her pictures.
Nana Akua explained using the photo that that is how she has been from childhood, adding that it is not as if she does not want to smile, but a trend called Attitude.
This attitude, she said, is part of her personality which conveys charm, aura, and style.
The photo also goes a long way to tell that Nana Akua has been a slay queen since her childhood.
She was captured wearing a pair of shorts and shirt designed with the same fabric.
YEN.com.gh also sighted a ring on her finger, and though she did not have any sophisticated hairstyle like she wears now, Nana Akua was looking stylish.
So much so that if she were to be in the company of her friends, she would stand out as the slayqueen among them.
Another thing is that her dressing as captured in the photo was not common back then, and only a handful of people could dress that way.
The photo has stunned her fans and many of them have observed that Addo has been ‘slaying’ since infancy.
For Instance, an Instagram user by name Claturally wrote that Nana Akua was born a star:
claturally: “Born a STAR.”
Fazzy commented in the Akan language that Nana Akua had been a slay queen from the beginning:
fazzysweetness: “From tiiiiiiiiii tii .”
Mayvis also commented that Nana Akua has been rocking “since Adam”:
tressesbymayvis: “Style ke eiiiiiii. I'm not surprised. Been rocking since Adam @nanaakuaaddo.”
Mog also observed that Nana Akua’s fashion sense has been there since infancy:
yankish_mog: “Your fashion sense has been there since infancy.”
Aisha also had a similar view:
aishamed_: “Been slaying from ages .”
Abdera also commented that Nana Akua had always been a “fashionista”:
iamgabdera: “Always a fashionista.”
Meanwhile, Nana Akua Addo was in the news recently for flaunting her beautiful daughter who is also a fashionista like her mother.
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Source: Yen Newspaper