- The new catch phrase on social media now is “Papa No”
- That’s the title of a song released by Barima Sydney
- The song comes after Tracey Boakye and Mzbel’s fight over one rich NDC sugar daddy
- Sydney released the song referring to this sugar daddy as Papa No
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Currently trending on Ghana’s social media is the catchphrase “Papa No” which means “The man”, when translated.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, some old men and women in the Western Region are now using Papa No in their greetings.
Now, instead of “Good morning”, they greet “Papa Noooo”, and if the one who greeted is a woman, the man responds: “Maame noo” meaning “the woman”.
In the video, even little children are also involved in the Papa No greetings.
In the past few weeks, Papa No has mostly been used by actress Tracey Boakye, singer Mzbel, and actress Gloria Kani, as the first two women went haywire on the internet insulting one another.
The two are fighting over one rich NDC sugar daddy whose name either of them is not willing to mention.
According to Tracey Boakye, this Papa No left Mzbel and came for her because he found the singer unattractive.
Tracey added that the Papa No also bought her a mansion at East Legon, and fathered her three-month-old baby.
Gloria Kani, who also happens to be Boakye’s former good friend, threatened to mention the name of the Papa No and expose his identity for the whole of Ghana to see.
With the foregoing, Barima Sydney, known for his unique music style, went ahead to compose the song Papa No.
Meanwhile, Tracey Boakye has asked Ghanaians to stop tagging former president John Mahama as her baby daddy and the sugar daddy she is fighting Mzbel over.
She claimed Mahama is not the one, therefore, he and his family must be respected and protected.
Mzbel, on the other hand, has been tight-lipped on who the father of her son Aaron Adepa is, after six years of having him.
In a recent publication by YEN.com.gh, a photo of Mahama holding and playing with Mzbel and her son got Ghanaians making their own conclusions.
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