Abraham Attah ignores Yaa Jackson after she did ‘ahosheshe’ on him (Photo)

Abraham Attah ignores Yaa Jackson after she did ‘ahosheshe’ on him (Photo)

- Abraham Attah has shared a photo ready to go skating

- Kumawood actress Yaa Jackson commented on the photo writing “My man”

- Attah ignored her comment while fans laughed at her

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US-based Ghanaian actor Abraham Attah has caused fans to laugh at actress Yaa Jackson after he ignored her when she referred to him as “My Man”.

Attah had shared a nice photo to his Instagram photo and Yaa Jackson left a comment only to be ignored.

Many people who saw Yaa Jackson’s comment were amazed, and some were left with questions.

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One of them asked when Abraham Attah become her man.

Another person wrote in the Akan language that Jackson likes rushing too much.

Others simply laughed using emojis.

Abraham Attah ignores Yaa Jackson after she did ‘ahosheshe’ on him (Photo)

Abraham Attah ignores Yaa Jackson after she did ‘ahosheshe’ on him. Photo credit: Instagram.
Source: Instagram

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It is worth noting that the two were not friends even before Attah left Ghana.

Meanwhile, the young actor was in the news earlier following a photo of him wearing huge earrings.

The photo caused a stir among a section of the public who criticised him because they said it was a non-Ghanaian culture.

Others said there was nothing wrong with it since Attah is now an American citizen.

Yaa Jackson, on the other hand, has mostly trended in the news for controversial reasons.

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