- Pope Skinny has expressed his disdain over social media criticisms by Ghanaians against Ama Broni
- Ama Broni was the lady who fell to her death after she took off her clothes on stage to dance
- According to Skinny, Ama was simply attempting to put food on the table and does not deserve to be bashed for it
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Accomplished Ghanaian rapper and radio presenter, Pope Skinny, has descended on everyone who has been criticizing Ama Broni, the lady who died mysteriously on stage.
Ama occupied headlines in the past few days after she removed her clothes on stage and fell to her death when some men tried to take advantage of the situation.
According to Pope Skinny, the lady was simply trying to make ends meet and put food on the table at all cost, and should not be blamed for deciding to go the extra mile.
The musician further went on to explain that a popular quote among the youth says, "you either get rich or die trying" and this was simply what the late dancer wanted to do.
Before wrapping up with the video, Pope Skinny said too many people are criticizing Ama Broni to promote their social media pages and YouTube channels, which is really bad.
As YEN.com.gh previously reported, the musician who employed the services of Ama Broni as a dancer revealed that she was supposed to be paid $100.
Watch the video below:
In other news, Cynthia Tima Yeboah, a popular Ghanaian journalist at multimedia whose real name is Tima Kumkum, has disclosed a deep revelation regarding her former marriage.
In an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on Delay TV monitored by YEN.com.gh, Kumkum indicated that she simply got married to get revenge on her former boyfriend.
According to Kumkum, her boyfriend cheated on her with a friend of hers, for which reason she decided to hurriedly tie the knot with another person by way of getting back at the cheater.
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