- Actress and socialite Fella Makafui switched from English to pray in Ewe at musician Sista Afia's birthday party
- Fella Makafui, after pausing with the English prayer continued to pray in Ewe, her local dialect as her friends laughed at her
- Fans and social media users, after watching the video, joined in to tease the actress and entrepreneur
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Popular Ghanaian actress Fella Makafui has got fans talking after 'failing' to pray in English at Sista Afia's birthday party.
In the video, Fella Makafui, in the company of her friends was supposed to pray over the cake but paused while praying in English.
Instead, Fella Makafui stopped praying in English and continued in Ewe until she finished, while her friends laughed at her.
Fans and social media users, after watching the video, expressed their opinion:
@dedooanthony teased Fella Makafui: "eeeiiii kafui you don't trying your local language you can't praying."
@martinnutifafa asked God to teach her how to pray: "Eeeeeiii God pls teach her more for me."
@nana_obeng88 heaped praise on Fella Makafui: "Thumb up Fella.....gye wo two✌️."
@esdashine showered praise on Fella: "well done ooo, mawu neva tor."
@ewurama_mcdaddy had this to say: "I day feel the way u pray in EWe ❤️."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that there is a lot of love and admiration for Fella Makafui.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Stonebwoy after he outdoored his new team.
In the photo, Stonebwoy was captured in the company of his new road manager and a bodyguard.
Surprisingly, his former road manager Blakk Cedi was missing in the photo, giving reasons to believe that Stonebwoy has indeed sacked Blakk Cedi.
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