- A photo of a sardine brand called 'Papa No' has surfaced online
- The new brand of sardine happens to have come up in a period where Tracey Boakye and Mzbel are beefing over their 'Sugar Daddy'
- It is not too clear where the sardine is being produced from
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Ghanaian Actress and film producer, Tracey Boakye, and singer Mzbel have been going all out at each other for the past few weeks.
The two celebrities have been going fighting on social media about their 'Sugar Daddy' they both refer to as 'Papa No'.
'Papa No' has, therefore, become a popular phrase in Ghana currently.
YEN.com.gh has come across a photo of a new canned fish produced called 'Papa No'.
The Sardine brand is suspected to have been introduced on the market during the heat of the Tracey Boakye and Mzbel saga.
The photo shows the can of sardine with 'Papa No' boldly written on it has the name of the product.
Perpahs manufacturers have decided to take advantage of the trending issue to make some money for themselves.
The photo has however attracted several comments from Ghanaians.
@akosua_nokturnal: "Eel awurade nyame"
@chef_ohenenana: "Eiiii Ghana ooooh"
@tplahar: "Eiiiii Ghana "
@gaiseyeliz900: "Papa No is trending "
@paa_quesi_agyin: "GH de333"
See the photo below:
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Mzbel appears to be in a comfortable lead with the 'Papa no' issue currently.
The '16 Years' hitmaker has dropped her reaction with regards to how Assin Central MP and business mogul, Kennedy Agyapong dealt with actress Tracey Boakye in their famous 'sugar daddy' beef.
On August 17, 2020, Kennedy Agyapong took the time to deal with Tracey Boakye on his NET 2 TV station over her dealings with men of varying caliber.
He made some damning revelations about the actress and her various escapades.
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