- Maame Serwaa has called on Ghanaians to stop comparing her with Yaa Jackson
- She said such comparison was unhealthy and could jeopardise their relationship
- Serwaa said Jackson has been her friend since infancy
Young Kumawood actress Maame Serwaa has decried the rate at which she is being compared with her colleague actress Yaa Jackson.
She has thus called on her fans and followers as well as all Ghanaians to stop comparing them.
This was sighted by YEN.com.gh in a report by Asempa FM.
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She noted that such comparison was unhealthy and could breed jealousy and envy among them.
Serwaa added that she was not better than Yaa Jackson, and vice versa, indicating that they are all unique in their own ways, therefore, they should not be compared with each other.
She revealed she has a good relationship with Jackson, however, comparing them gives the impression that there is bad blood between them.
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Both Jackson and Maame Serwaa started acting at a very young age.
Over the years they have both grown into beautiful women with massive following on social media.
Jackson has now turned a musician and has about three hit songs to her credit.
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Meanwhile, Maame Serwaa has said in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh that she has never slept with anyone in the movie industry.
She also denied rumours that she slept with Bill Asamoah.
The young actress was also in the news for a feature she had on BBC.
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