- Ghanaian celebrity Tiktoker, Jackline Mensah, has reproduced a hilarious version of Hajia4Real displaying her rapping prowess
- It follows Hajia4Real's release of her first single titled Badder Than, and subsequently, rapping at Okay FM
- Jackline Mensah has recreated a rib-cracking video of Hajia4Real performing during the interview
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The Ghanaian Tiktok star, Jackline Mensah has reproduced a rib-cracking video of the notable socialite now turned singer, Hajia4Real, displaying her rapping prowess at Okay FM.
Known in real life as Mona Montrage, Hajia4Real, sat for an interview with Okay FM's Abeiku Santana on his flagship programme, Ekwanso Dwoodwoo, after she released her first single titled Badder Than and climaxed it with an after-party.
The Ghanaian entrepreneur and social media influencer now turned singer, displayed her talent on-air when she was asked by the host to exhibit her rapping skills.
A video of Hajia4Real performing in the studio of Okay FM dominated the social media trends as many rated her performance as abysmal.
In yet another humorous clip, Jackline Mensah, a Ghanaian celebrity Tiktoker, has recreated the viral video of Hajia4Real performing.
The hilarious video has earned a reaction from Hajia4Real and fans of both the singer and the Tiktok star.
In a post on her Instagram account with 2.6 million followers, the Badder Than singer, shared the video of Jackline mimicking her and simply wrote: ''If I catch this girl''.
Watch the video below.
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that although the media came under a series of attacks, especially as the results for the 2020 election began trickling in, journalists remained resolute in performing their work.
In the lead-up to the 2020 presidential and parliamentary polls, the two leading political parties, the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the opposition National Democratic Congress, labelled the media as bias.
Despite the mounds of attacks that targeted media houses and media personnel, these female professionals resolved not to fall prey to efforts aimed at throttling their independence and professionalism.
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