- Lydia Forson has dazzled social media users with her latest photo
- In the photos, Lydia flaunted her mansion and car
- The photos have attracted a reaction from Nana Ama McBrown
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Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson, is one of the respected screen goddesses in the country right now.
The beautiful actress is noted for dazzling social media users with her stunning photos displaying her sense of fashion.
Now, Lydia has proven that she is one of the richest female celebrities in the country with her news photos.
The award-winning actress has released first-ever photos showing her mansion and car.
In the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Lydia never disappointed her fans as she put her beauty on display.
From the photos, Lydia's huge mansion and the car can clearly be seen.
The photos have caught the attention of star actress Nana Ama McBrown as she professed her love for Lydia.
McBrown in commenting wrote, "Chic."
Other social media users also extended their compliments to the thick actress.
@aftambro: "Lydia voluminously beautiful."
@allomaxwell: "My Queen."
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Meanwhile, GHOne TV presenter Joyce Serwaa Amihere seems to have got herself a brand new Range Rover car.
The award-winning broadcaster showed off the new car when she attended her own birthday party.
In celebration of her birthday, the GHOne TV had a party with her friends including Nana Aba Anamoah, Sandra Ankobiah, Moesha Bodoung, Salma Mumin, and many others.
Arriving at the party, Serwaa could be seen riding in a fresh Range Rover Sports believed to be a 2020 Edition. Already, the car is licensed with a 2020 number plate.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, could be seen sitting behind the wheels while a man, probably a blogger, welcomed her to the party.
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