- Lydia Forson has released a throwback photo of herself
- In the viral photo, the actress, who looked very slim, was holding a dog
- The photo has generated some reactions on social media
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Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson, has dazzled social media with her old photo in which she was looking very slim.
The actress's recent photos show how she has grown beautiful, big, and matured.
Well, Lydia has revealed her past to the world before becoming famous in the country.
The award-winning actress has released a throwback photo of herself looking very slim.
In the photo seen by YEN.com.gh, Lydia is captured holding her pet dog and she wore a beautiful smile.
From the photo, she wore a nice top and hoop earrings.
Her caption read, "My brother sent me this picture yesterday. It’s off me and my dog I lost many years ago, Tyson. They were 3 that died, I was so heartbroken I refused to get another dog for many years after."
The photo has garnered reactions from social media users as they made their views known.
@blondiebarbie90: "Dogs are like protectors. I also lost a dog. He died at the age of 90yrs. His name was poky."
@asaasezita: "Your love for dogs makes me feel you don't have trust in humanity ."
@barbie.bae.731: "Aunty Lydia Forson... you were once slim....I like your unapologetic."
@claramallah: "She used to be slim."
@charis_nana_mbrah: "Same face, same smile, same hoops . You've been fine since dadadaaaaa."
Meanwhile, Ghana’s music maestro, Kojo Antwi, popularly known as Mr. Music Man, has made the dreams of one of his top fans come to true.
On Saturday, August 22, 2020, Kojo Antwi walked Efia Antwiwaa Kajah, down the aisle on her wedding day to tie the knot with Lieutenant Commander Solomon Dayira of the Ghana Navy, at the Arakan Methodist-Presby Church, Burma Camp in Accra.
In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Efia stated in a post shared by Kojo Antwi that, it had always been a cherished dream of having the Kojo Antwi hold her hand and walk her down the aisle.
According to her, she started following the exploits of Kojo Antwi at age 13, when in JHS and had since been an ardent fan of “Mr. Music Man”, playing and enjoying his songs at all times.
“I got so addicted to his songs (especially, “nipa a odo me”) and personality that I resolved to have him take me to the altar when I was ready to marry, and go on and name my male child after him," she said.
The bride whose father was still alive graciously agreed to her wish and had her dream fulfilled.
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