- Rising Ghanaian musician, Yaa Jackson, has joined the list of people who have raised questions about the possible price of a Zara shoe
- With smiles on her face, she claimed that the price of her shoe which is seen in a video is $700
- Kuami Eugene earlier claimed that his shoe which he claimed he bought from Zara cost him $700
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The latest to join the list of celebrities to debunk claims that a product from a Zara shop could cost $700 is rising Ghanaian musician, Yaa Jackson.
In a video that has since gone viral, Yaa Jackson is seen laughing as she speaks about the possible price of the shoe she is wearing in the video.
She then enquires about the price that highlife musician, Kuami Eugene quoted as the value of his shoes which he claimed was purchased from a Zara shop.
A man then informs her that the figure Kuami Eugene mentioned was $700 dollars, and she confirms with a smile that she paid the same amount for her shoes.
With a smile on her face, she mockingly insists that her shoes were also purchased from a Zara shop.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that veteran songstress, Stephanie Benson, revealed that no Zara product costs more than $100.
In other news, Ghanaian screen icon, Nana Ama McBrown, has dropped a new video in which she displays lovely dancing skills.
As music provided by a live band played on, she danced shaku shaku much to the admiration of a young man standing beside her.
In the video, McBrown wore a yellow t-shirt and blue jeans and completed her outfit with a cap and glasses.
According to her, there is a particular mood one feels when you arrive at your hometown, hers being Kumasi in the Ashanti region.
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