- A lady claiming to be a neigbour of Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye has exposed her
- She said Boakye does not own the East Legon house she is boasting about
- The lady said it belongs to one Alhaji Moro, but rented out to the actress
- She advised Boakye to be humble and truthful in her ways
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A lady claiming to be an East Legon neighbour of actress Tracey Boakye has called her a liar.
She said the house Boakye is boasting about is not for her and that one Alhaji Moro owns it.
The lady explained that the actress’ sugar daddy rented that house for her, however, she was throwing dust into the eyes of Ghanaians.
Speaking in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the lady further claimed that she is richer than Boakye and lives a more luxurious lifestyle than the actress boasts of.
The lady’s claims come after Boakye’s social media fight with singer Mzbel.
The actress had gone berserk and insulted Mzbel with unprintable words.
According to her, the sugar daddy she is dating now was formerly seeing Mzbel but left her because he found her unattractive.
This, Tracey Boakye said, has pained Mzbel so much that she could not take her name out of her mouth.
She vented her anger after Mzbel mentioned her name in an interview on Kantanka TV, saying that: “As for Tracey Boakye, anything she does, she puts it on social media, even when she is sh*tting”.
This got Tracey very angry and descended heavily on Mzbel.
Meanwhile, it has been speculated that the man they are fighting over is a top NDC man, Sam Jonah.
Tracey, however, has dismissed that speculation saying that man is not the father of her daughter.
She recently gave birth to a baby girl after her son with former Kotoko player Yahaya Mohammed.
Tracey was also in the news for saying that any woman who sleeps with a man she is not married to is a prostitute.
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