- Kwame A-Plus has asked Mona Gucci to cease fire in her attacks on him
- According to A-Plus, Mona Gucci cannot stand the embarrassment if he decided to drop her secrets
- To give a tip of the information he has, A-Plus dropped hints of Mona's escapades with men
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Musician and political activist Kwame A-Plus has cautioned TV personality, Mona Gucci, to stop attacking him to force him to drop her embarrassing secrets.
Mona Gucci has been on the case of A-Plus and Nana Ama McBrown after she appeared on the latter's United Showbiz on UTV.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Mona Gucci's appearance ended in her being ridiculed over her claim that she is a US-trained lawyer.
For the Kantanka TV presenter, McBrown and A-Plus, together with Afia Schwarzenegger, had conspired to disgrace her.
In a series of interviews and comments, Mona Gucci has made a lot of allegations and rumours against A-Plus and McBrown.
But in a direct response A-Plus has advised Mona Gucci to stop trying to tarnish his image because she cannot fight him.
According to A-Plus, he has too much information about the Kantanka TV presenter adding that he has already recorded 37 of her calls within this week.
To give a hint of the information he has, A-Plus disclosed a conversation Mona Gucci recently had with her ex-boyfriend.
He also dropped hints that Mona might have recently had a sleepover at Tema Community 18 and cooked in the house.
"Come on dear!! Can't you see that I don't want to fight you? Let's stop this," he said.
In other news, Afia Schwarzenegger has dislcosed that her twin son, James Heerdegen, and his lover Naa Koshie have broken up.
The breakup was announced by Schwar in a comment to a photo of James and Naa on social media.
The young couple's photo had been shared on a blog after their bedroom photo went viral
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Source: Yen Newspaper