Popular television presenter Nana Aba Anamoah has published a post that many consider an advice to actress Victoria Lebene in relation to her lies told concerning her honeymoon.
Some Ghanaians on Instagram have considered Nana Aba Anamoah's post as an advise to actress and GH One journalist Victoria Lebene.
According to them, the actress who just got married to entertainment journalist and blogger Eugene Sarfo-Nkansah should take the words of the ace presenter as a lesson.
In comments sighted by YEN.com.gh under the post of Nana Aba Anamoah, some Instagram users trolled Victoria Lebene and related the post to her.
The photo which attracted the comments had the inscription "Be better in real life than on social media" as she captioned it "Today's lesson."
Even though the news editor of GH One TV did not tag or mention Victoria Lebene's name, some people who commented claimed the post was an indirect advise to the actress.
Below are some of the comments that made the assertion:
@sweetmaameyaa heaped praise on Nana Aba: "This is indirect to Victoria Lebene, Nana Aba thanks for advising your daughter."
@aba_the_great called on Victoria to take Nana Aba's post as an advice: "I hope Victoria Lebene comes here to take a key from this piece.. I don't want her to block me so I won't tag her, but I am sure she will be reading it when she "wakeup to this dream."
@ms.nancy_stylecoach agreed with Nana Aba Anamoah: "Medaase.the impressionistic life can overwhelm your real life."
@justfiak could not agree anymore: "Well said Nanaaba #fakelife."
@rita.appiah.7161 urged Victoria Lebene to learn from Nana Aba Anamoah's post: "@victorialebenee learn from this."
Victoria Lebene has come under heavy criticism after she was allegedly caught for faking her honeymoon.
The actress who got married few weeks ago claimed to have gone on honeymoon in Europe as she posted photos accordingly.
It was however surprising when it was revealed that the photos she posted are already existing photos on the internet, meaning she lied about her honeymoon.
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