- Maame Dokono has jumped to the defence of Tracey Boakye and Mzbel in the ongoing 'Papa No' issue
- Maame Dokono has pleaded with Ghanaians to forgive the Tracy Boakye, Mzbel and all the ladies involved in the famous 'Papa No' issue
- Tracey and Mzbel for some weeks now have been on each other's neck accusing each other of snatching their sugar daddy
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Veteran actress Grace Omaboe, popularly known as 'Maame Dokono' has asked Ghanaians should forgive Tracy Boakye, Mzbel and all the ladies involved in the famous 'Papa No' saga.
Tracey Boakye had earlier accused Mzbel of being the 'side chick' of her 'sugar daddy' while using some foul language against her.
Mzbel also responded to Tracey Boakye which later became the hottest scandal on social media.
But in an interview on Onua FM monitored by YEN.com.gh, Maame Dokono said Ghanaians should forgive the two girls for their outburst on social media.
According to her, there was nothing like social media during their time when she started acting and she finds it disturbing when some of these ladies post half-naked photos on social media because of fame.
Asked whether a similar issue like what is happening between Tracey and Mzbel happened during their, Maame Dokono said no.
"During my days I didn’t have time to talk about certain things. I was engaged in my television programmes, acting and radio programmes and I didn’t have the time to talk about certain things in the open. I can’t even tell if social media is good or bad because I don’t even know how to use it. I believe when they grow up, they will definitely change so let’s forgive them.”
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that TV personality and actress, Efia Odo, had dropped the real reason why DKB lashed out at her earlier.
DKB had earlier stated that Efia Odo had no right to complain about being neglected when it comes to getting a contract and representing other brands when she is always showing off her nakedness on social media.
But responding to DKB, Efia Odo descended heavily on him saying DKB as a low-grade comedian.
In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Efia Odo said her earlier comments about the plight of celebrities in Ghana did not include DKB because she does not consider him as such.
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