- Nana Akua Addo has replied Ayisha Modi over her recent attacks
- The fashion icon has dared Modi to do her worst as she claimed
- Modi has threatened to beat up Nana Akua for badmouthing her to Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani
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Fashionista Nana Akua Addo has swiftly responded to attacks on her personality by Stonebwoy fan Ayisha Modi.
In a video YEN.com.gh has sighted on her Instagram page, Nana Akua has told Modi to do her worst.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Modi recently threatened to beat up Nana Akua Addo if she dares to provoke her.
Ayisha Modi who shared a photo of Nana Akua also warned the socialite to be careful because she could get her world crushing if she tries to fight her.
In a live video on social media, Modi has disclosed that Nana Akua has gone to badmouth her to Kimani.
The Kenyan musician, Modi claimed, had chosen her to be her manager but the fashionista went to Kimani's DM to tell her that Modi was not fit for such a job.
But in a quick reply, Nana Akua brushed off Modi saying she was only seeking attention on social media.
"IF SOMEONE HAS AN ISSUE WITH YOU, AND THEY ARE TELLING EVERYONE EXCEPT YOU, TRUST ME THEY DON’T HAVE A REAL ISSUE WITH YOU. THEY ENJOY THE ATTENTION THEY ARE GETTING FROM TALKING ABOUT YOU. I JUST SAID Fiiiiiiiiiiii , WUSI $15,000 YOU GET SOME $$$."
In other news, Kantanka CEO, Kwadwo Safo Jnr, has turned 35 years old today, February 24, 2021.
A surprise birthday has been held in the plush mansion of Kwadwo Safo in celebration. The surprise party saw his mother, wife, and other family members in attendance.
The mother used the opportunity to tell the story of how Safo Jnr was born and shared the prophecy that preceded his birth.
Kantanka CEO's mother celebrates son's 35th birthday; shares how Apostle Safo wooed her with prophecy about son's birth
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Source: Yen Newspaper