- Maame Serwaa has said in a post that she is a granddaughter of a witch
- She added that her witch grandmother could not be burned like other witches were
- Her fans have commented on the revelation with some of them expressing shock
Young actress Maame Serwaa has got social media talking following her latest activity on Instagram.
She referred to herself as the “granddaughter of the witch who could not be burned up”, in a post seen by YEN.com.gh.
We, however, cannot say if Maame Serwaa was speaking in literal terms or figuratively.
Her comment has attracted massive response from her fans and followers, with some of them simply expressing surprise.
For instance, Obrempong simply screamed:
mr_obrempong: “Eiii serwaaa.”
Amoako also commented on Serwaa’s caption:
amoakohgeorgina: “Caption .”
Baby also described it as “caption of the year”:
baby_dayaana: “Caption of the year .”
E.L preached Jesus to Maame Serwaa:
el_55_kay: “And why not the grand daughter of the one that all powers belong to,JESUS CHRIST”
Pretty said no one can harm Serwaa because of her witch grandmother:
pretty_hawalyn: “Das all my girl no one can harm u.”
Surprised by the revelation, Ohemaa commented “wow”:
DJ Red, who probably knows Maame Serwaa says she is not telling lies:
djredlypz: “You re not lying my dear ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.”
Brandy also described the caption as “heavy”:
abenar_brandy: “Caption wei deaaa heavy cute thou .”
There are other similar comments showing how fans are surprised to hear from Maame Serwaa that she is a granddaughter of a witch.
The young actress has been in the news recently following reports that she was working on losing weight.
Maame Serwaa was also widely reported on when she was featured in a BBC documentary as published by YEN.com.gh earlier.
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Source: Yen Newspaper