- Popular actress, Juliet Ibrahim, has seriously attacked a Ghanaian OAP with words after she advised the actress return to her ex-husband
- Juliet slammed the OAP, Akuko Perming, as she likened her to a fowl
- The actress explained that the OAP should have researched on what made her quit the marriage before giving out unsolicited advice
Issues of love and relationships are not always as simple as they should be. Sometimes couples come together only to part ways after a while and that seems to be the case for a number of celebrities.
Popular Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, used to be married to a business man, Kwadwo Safo Jnr., and they parted ways after four years together.
Since the separation, a number of people have wished the actress well while others advise she goes back to her former husband.
Well, an on-air-personality (OAP), Akuko Perming, got on Juliet Ibrahim’s wrong side after she advised that the actress should go back to her ex-husband and stop waiting for Mr Right.
Juliet did not take this kindly and she made sure to slam the OAP on social media. In a lengthy post, the actress warned the OAP not to speak on things she has no knowledge about.
She asked why the OAP is not married herself since she seems to know a lot about other people’s relationships. Juliet also warned the OAP not to judge people’s situations until she has walked in their shoes. She did all these while likening Miss Akuko Perming to a fowl.
See her post below:
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that Juliet Ibrahim's ex-boyfriend, Iceberg Slim, penned an apology note to the actress.
In his apology, the young man revealed his wrongdoings and asked that the actress forgive him for all he did to her. He said despite everything he did to her, she found a way to rise and smile above it all.
Iceberg Slim revealed that he cheated and lied to her even though all she wanted was honesty. He stated that she loved him unconditionally even when he was at his lowest point.
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