- The celebrated Ghanaian child star, DJ Switch, is thirteen-years today, December 12, 2020
- DJ Switch has flooded her social media handles with sweet photos of herself to mark her special day
- Admirers of the teen DJ have paid tributes in celebration of her new age
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The multiple award-winning Ghanaian child disc jockey, Erica Armah Bra-Bulu Tandoh, famously known as DJ Switch, has marked her birthday with stunning photos.
The Talented Kidz season eight winner took to her social media handles to announce her new age beaming with smiles in the beautiful birthday snaps.
Marking her birthday in a gorgeous outfit, she donned a juneberry net ladies lemon short dress with trendy white footwear.
DJ Switch enhanced her looks with simple earrings and a glittering hand band for her sweet birthday snaps.
Admirers and celebrity friends of the teen DJ have paid tribute to her as she marks a new age.
Comic actor official_dacoster indicated that December borns rock in celebration of DJ Switch.
He wrote: ''Happy birthday December borns we rock!!''
Ama_shatta11 also paid homage to DJ Switch with a blissful birthday message.
''OMG u were created separately from others ❤️❤️u so beautiful...I need ur beauty.''
The award-winning comic actor and media personality, Afia Schwarzenegger simply wrote: ''Happy birthday Queen''.
DJ Switch was born on December 12, 2007. She shot into the limelight when she won Talented Kidz season eight in 2017.
In September 2018, she gained global prominence when she opened the Bill and Melinda Gates' Foundation's annual Goalkeepers event in New York City, as the warm-up act to French President Emmanuel Macron.
DJ Switch has multiple awards to her credit, including the Best DJ and the Young DJ Of The Year awards she won at the 2019 and 2020 Ghana DJ Awards respectively.
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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