- Bridget Otoo has disgraced Sonnie Badu over his degrees
- According to the former TV presenter, the singer has been living a fake life for years
- Some social media users have reacted to her comment
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Former TV3 presenter, Bridget Otoo, has taken a swipe at Ghanaian preacher and gospel singer, Sonnie Badu.
Many have raised issues over Sonnie Badu's recent academic credentials.
However, the latest personality to add her voice is Bridget Otoo who descended heavily on the US-based Ghanaian singer.
According to her, Sonnie Badu has been living a fake life for a long time.
She took to her social media handle and wrote, "Sonnie Badu be fake no be now."
Her comment has attracted mixed reactions from some social media users.
@akosuasamsung: "She shud galaway! Na ono no is she original?."
@etsey_emmaneul: "U see how Ghanaians are full of hate, envy, and jealousy."
@efya2550: "This Bridget girl mtchewww."
@strika07: "I beg who is she again..mtchew. abeyis3m aaaa kwa."
Meanwhile, Sonnie Badu has finally reacted to claims made by one Manuel Mensah that his degrees are not real.
In a number of Facebook posts, the founder and leader of Rock Hill Church rubbished the claims made by the social media user as he indicated that he was not going to speak on the matter.
Reacting to the first claim, Sonnie Badu took to social media and wrote: "It is dangerous to wage war against a WORSHIPPER ... you will shut your destiny and generations down ...."
In yet another subtle response to the issue, the Wonder God singer posted a photo of himself displaying one of his degrees and captioned it:
"When they don’t understand the frequency of your grace and your hard work behind the scenes they bring their own PHD (pull him down) LIONS DONT RESPOND TO FROGS ... #DrBadu."
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a social media user by the name Manuel Mensah has made a claim that suggests that the academic and honorary degrees awarded to singer Sonnie Badu are not real.
In a series of posts sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mr. Mensah quizzed why and how Sonnie Badu's school, Trinity International University of Ambassadors, would award him 3 degrees concurrently in the space of 4 months.
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