- Some Ghanaian male celebrities have been named as top personalities who allegedly have sexual encounters with ladies but failed to pay them
- Their names popped up after some ladies allegedly made recent confessions
- John Dumelo, Medikal, singer Kwesi Pee, actors James Gardiner, Too Sweet Annan among others were named by these ladies
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While these latest revelations remain claims and should rightly be disregarded with contempt, some women have named Ghanaian celebrities who allegedly had intimate sexual encounters with them but failed to settle the bill.
In shocking details of what began as a popular blogger’s usual antics, requesting of ladies who follow her platform to name Ghanaian celebrities who failed to pay monies despite having been intimate with them, the ladies popped up with alarming revelations.
It remains nerve-racking that young Ghanaian ladies would proudly list names of Ghanaian celebrities as fine boys who don’t want to pay after they have ‘eaten’ the cookie.
According to zionfelix.net, a usual post by a popular Instagram blogger quickly escalated to into a ''confessions in front of a Catholic Reverend Minister.''
After the blogger made a post that her followers should mention the names of Ghanaian male celebs who have ever ‘eaten’ their cookie and failed to pay any fee, some ladies started naming these men.
Zionfelix.net also reports that John Dumelo (who is now married), rapper Medikal, singer Kwesi Pee, actors James Gardiner, Too Sweet Annan and others were mentioned.
Check out some screenshots of the comments below and make your own conclusions.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that while news about Ghanaian actress, Akuapem Poloo, dominated online portals in December following her 'meet and greet' with Cardi B, her recent attempt to gained attention failed to receive any response from the American rapper.
The Ghanaian video vixen and social media star generated buzz around her personality during her encounter with American rapper Card B when she visited Ghana in December. Poloo sent a good-will message as the year 2020 unfolded on January 1 to her ‘spiritual twinny’, however, it failed to yield any attention.
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