Maame Yaa Konadu Jackson, known with her popular name Yaa Jasckson, is a Ghanaian Kumawood actress turned singer who has been serving her fans with saucy images on social media.
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While her hit songs have earned her some accolades, her raunchy photos have attracted more attention than her bangers.
The latest is a no-makeup photo of the fast-rising singer with words of motivation for her fans.
Unlike previous photos which had the talented singer confidently flaunting her hour-glass figure, Yaa Jackson appears to be hiding her full face in the latest photo.
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The actress turned singer has been showing of her persona, star status and curves while grabbing attention for her near-naked images as well.
However, her no-makeup looks aren't quite witnessed by most people and she gave her fans a glimpse of how she looks without her usual makeup saying, ''There is no elevator to success.... You have to take the stairs.''
The image has evoked some comments from her fans.
@kojo_bhim_aj_ablum wrote: ''OBAA YAA JACKSON, HOPE YOUR DAY WAS GREAT.''
According to @Val_Life, the singer is still beautiful without her usual makeup.
She said: ''Wowo, still beautiful. Love you.''
''OMG, flawless face, why hide...,''@Maa_Jackson also said about the photo.
@Deeba_Flow noted that he is crushing on Yaa Jackson.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that Yaa Jackson shared an image of her ‘boyfriend’ to celebrate him as he turns a year older.
The young actress, who is rapidly gaining prominence as a singer posted the photo of the young man on his special day. Captioning the image, Yaa Jackson simply wrote, ''Happy birthday Medo,’’along with emoji that signifies their strong connection.
The image and caption have already stirred rumours about whether the Kumawood actress subtly announced her boyfriend.
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