A social media user has slammed Ghanaian actress Moesha Boduong for drawing inspiration from Kim Kardashian's adult video.
In a reply to Moesha after the actress wrote a long post as an inspiration she seems to have drawn from Kim Kardashian's past life, a lady by name Obaasima Agyemang jabbed Moesha.
According to Obaasima, Moesha should be wary of drawing inspiration from Kim Kardashian since she is not respected in the US.
Obaasima jabbed Moesha as she claimed that Moesha did not seem to know more about Kim Kardashian.
"Moesha, if u care to know, the Kardashains are not respected in the US. They may be famous but are known to have no dignity," she wrote.
Obaasima seemed to school Moesha as she wrote "Most of the things u see on tv are hyped so be careful what u believe."
YEN.com.gh cannot tell if Obaasima lives in the US or knows much about the Kardashians but her comment seemed so as she made the comments about Kim Kardashian.
She stressed on how the adult video saga has affected Kim Kardashian's image and brand, hindering her from making appearances in some high level places.
"Kim cannot go to many dignified places Oprah, Jennifer Lopez, Tariji etc goes. The Kardashains are rated on the same level as blanc china, Nikki Minaj n Cardi B," she alleged.
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Obaasima further recalled how Kim Kardashian apologized for her adult video since it was haunting her progress.
From her comments, it revealed that Obaasima was not excited about Moesha drawing inspiration and comparing herself to Kim Kardashian.
Meanwhile, other Instagram users commented on the post with some praising Moesha while others slammed her.
Moesha was in the news recently after she expressed her wish to win the Oscar Movie Awards one day.
In a publication made by YEN.com.gh, Moesha bragged about her acting career as she revealed that considering her good acting skills, she is capable of winning the Oscars one day.
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