- Ghanaian actress and Instagram model, Efia Odo, has bantered with an artist over a painting of her
- In the leaked chat, Efia Odo showed her displeasure with the artwork and initially did not want to pay for it
- She had accused the painter that she made her look like Kwaku Bonsam
- Efia eventually agreed to pay with the explanation that she was doing so for her own conscience
- The painter did not mince words at all when she also told Efia her mind
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Actress and Instagram model, Efia Odo, has fought with a painter over an artwork of her which she said makes her look like the popular fetish priest, Kwaku Bonsam.
In the leaked chats seen by YEN.com.gh, Efia initially resolved not to pay for the painting because it did not look like her, or, that was not what she expected.
However, for the purposes of her conscience, she had to change her mind to pay for the 400 cedis fee for the artwork.
The painter did not mince words at all when she descended on Efia Odo and called her names, including that she is “very wicked, a time wasted, and trash”.
According to her, Efia was telling other people not to pay for the artwork the lady had done for them.
She also accused Efia of blocking anyone who tried to defend her on social media.
Kindly swipe right to view the leaked chat as well as the "Kwaku Bonsam" painting:
The post has triggered some reactions from fans with some defending Efia Odo:
Daisy, for instance, wrote that there was no point in paying for that artwork, and that the lady was simply putting trash on Efia Odo's name:
mys_daisy_: "This is total stupidity, the girl is trying to put some trash on Efia’s name meanwhile what she did is not worth paying for. I wonder why Efia is giving room for such nonsense, is there no block button, SMH."
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Baby also said Efia is right not to pay:
iamdebaby: "Efya is ryt."
Dominick also wondered why the lady wants to be paid for such a shoddy work:
dominickie20: "But how do u do this shoddy work n expect payment? Efia shouldn’t have entertained her koraa! If the work u presented to the person is not good,as professional u must take it back n do it well."
Meanwhile, in other news, Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, has chanted her mother's slogan "Brimm Brimm".
She did this while moving her hand just in the way her mother does it. The publication also explained what the acronym BRIMM stands for.
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