- Tracey Boakye seems to have lost Papa No after the brouhaha it generated in the media
- For the first time, she shared a video and missed her “HisOnlyChick” slang in her caption
- She was also dancing to Becca’s Obi Begye Me song which is sang after one surfers a broken heart
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The latest post of Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye on Instagram suggests that she might have lost her sugar daddy after the infamous Papa No saga.
In the video, Boakye is captured dancing to Becca’s Obi Begye Me song. Obi Begye Me is an Akan phrase which literally means “Someone else would take me from you and make you cry”.
That song is usually sang when people, especially women, suffer a failed relationship, or a broken heart and want to prove to their partners that they would definitely get a replacement.
Another thing that caught YEN.com.gh’s prying eyes is Boakye’s caption. For the first time, she left out her favourite hashtag “HisOnlyChick”, which comes with all her social media post.
In yet another video singing Nana Acheampong's song with a similar meaning to Becca's "HisOnle Chick" was missing in the caption:
It could be that Tracey is currently having a bad time with her sugar daddy, and so, decided to put up such a video with the accompanying caption.
The Papa No saga trended massively in the media when Tracey and singer Mzbel fought publicly on Instagram over the same sugar daddy they were involved with.
Tracey insulted Mzbel saying that their sugar daddy left Mzbel for her because he found Mzbel unattractive.
The sugar daddy, who is now referred to as Papa No (meaning 'the man'), has been identified by NPP MP Kennedy Agyapong as former President Mahama.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Agyapong narrated how Tracey blackmailed Mahama to get him buying three houses for her; one in Kumasi, and two in Accra.
Tracey, however, denied the allegation and said she had nothing doing with Mahama and urged Ghanaians to ignore Agyapong’s claim.
YEN.com.gh published 10 solid facts about Papa No detailing how it all started and everything about it for the reading pleasure of our cherished readers.
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