- Media personality and actress Efia Odo has been told by her mother to get a Papa No
- Her mother said Efia needs to get rich and must get herself a rich sugar daddy so she the mother can also benefit
- Efia’s mother was complaining about an amount of $250 cedis she gave her which she said is small for her
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Efia Odo’s mother has urged her to get herself a rich sugar daddy termed “Papa No” in order to get rich.
The mother was complaining about an amount of $250 Efia gave her which she described as too small.
She said that it would be a good and beautiful thing for her daughter to say “Mama take 10,000” rather than ordinary $250.
According to Efia Odo’s mother, she spends so much in a day alone, adding that even that amount could not suffice even for her hair.
“You won’t look for a Papa No. You keep walking up and down in Ghana and come back empty-handed with nothing to show off,” Efia Odo’s mother complained in the video.
Her reaction has left many people commenting on the video.
Actress Belinda Dzattah, for instance, called it drama:
belindadzattah: “I can’t believe I missed all these drama last night.”
Stan said the $250 Efia gave to her mother is too small:
stan.van.damn: “250 is too small you’re a superstar.”
Kingpin could only laugh:
kingin_larma: “Haha haha superStylee yezzz Ms adombi mooma knows wussup wonam Ghana saaaaaaa asan aba boee that’s the mood.”
Giftie observed that Efia Odo looks like the mother:
x_giftie: “Eeeeiii wow... I thought it was you ooo... You do resemble your mum a lot.”
Nana says Efia Odo’s mother is a funny woman:
nana_acheampomah: “Can’t stop laughing .. your Mum is so fun to watch honestly @efia_odo.”
Meanwhile, Efia Odo’s mother was in the news some time ago for warning Ghanaians to leave her daughter alone and let her be herself.
This was after Efia was severely criticised for her social media actions.
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