- Ghanaian upcoming actress Queen Sika Ghanaba has claimed that she and Shatta Bandle are in a relationship
- Self-Proclaiming Ghana's most expensive slay queen alleged that it was Shatta Bandle who bought her the dress and bag she was holding
- Sika Ghanaba also bragged and bluffed like Shatta Bandle, claiming to have spent huge sums of money om her apparels
Upcoming actress Queen Sika Ghanaba has professed love for the diminutive internet sensation Shatta Bandle.
According to Sika Ghanaba, she loves Shatta Bandle and that they have been in a relationship for a while now.
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In a video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, self-proclaiming Ghana's most expensive revealed her relationship with Shatta Bandle.
After bragging and being asked whether she is Shatta Bandle, the slay queen said: "Shatta Bandle is my boyfriend, he is the one who bought all these expensive dresses and stuff for me."
"Baby I love you okay. Why didn't you tell me when you were going to Nigeria. I've missed you so come over," she added.
Before Sika Ghanaba was asked about Shatta Bandle, she had bluffed about wearing an expensive shoe, dress and bag.
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She noted that very soon, she will challenge top actresses and socialites who seem to put on very expensive apparels.
The slay queen also alleged that she have had an affair with over seven hundred men at the age of twenty-one.
She jabbed fellow ladies who claim to be slay queens, telling them to stop making the 'slay queen job' cheap.
In other news, fast-rising actress and singer Yaa Jackson has been praised after posting a throwback photo of herself.
In celebration of her father's birthday, Yaa Jackson shared a photo of herself looking like a 10-year-old girl sitting beside her father, Jackson Bentum.
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