- A fan of Yaa Jackson has flaunted bundles of cedis note on social media
- He also displayed a Benz car key
- The young singer and actor seems to be reaping the benefits that come with her acting and music career
Young Kumawood actress and singer Yaa Jackson has had one of her fans flaunting his wealth on social media as her song played in the background.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh on her Instagram page, the fan was seen displaying bundles of cedis and a Benz car key.
The notes were made up of 50 and 20 cedis in thick bundles.
He had spread the bundles on the bed and turned the camera to reveal his identity.
Her fans and followers have commented on the photo with some of them asking her for financial assistance.
Amanda, for instance, begged Yaa to give her just one bundle of her many bundles:
amandaasaagyimah: “Just give me one bundle per.”
Yaro seems not to believe that it was really Yaa who was flaunting the cash:
yaro_fatima: “Is that u yh Jackson.”
Tlow advised Yaa Jackson to get a gun to protect herself and the money:
tlow_gh: “Charley get yourself a gun ooo and show it by the side, killers wo krom.. much Love for money.”
Baah wondered why Jackson would display the money and asked if she’s not seen money before:
baahbiney: “Y u not see money b4f.”
Meanwhile, Yaa Jackson has been in the news for mostly controversial reasons.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, she called her former manager childish for cursing her that she would never get a hit song.
The former manager, Akwadaa Nyame, had been angered by Jacksons’ decision to sign a new mouth-watering contract with another record label when she had one running with him.
Jackson’s father has also told Ghanaians not to overly criticise his daughter because she has his full support.
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