- Socialite, Hajia4Real, has revealed that her grandmother is from the Volta Region
- She shared the news about her family in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh
- Hajia also added that her grandmother is half-Lebanese
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Ghanaian socialite, Hajia4Real has revealed that her paternal grandmother is half-Ghanaian who hails from the Volta Region.
She made the disclosure during an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh on Tuesday, May 18, 2021.
Hajia4Real: My grandmother is half-Ghanaian from the Volta Region. Photo source: Instagram (Hajia4Reall)
"I was born and raised in the Northern part of Ghana. My dad is mixed, and my mother is from the Upper West region. My grandmother is from Volta [Region] and Lebanese, but my grandfather is fully Lebanese," shared Hajia.
Skip to 4 minutes 55 seconds to watch Hajia talk about where her grandparents come from.
In the same interview, she said that she has businesses that she doesn't advertise online.
"I am a businesswoman. I am into the beauty industry. And also I have businesses that I don't post on social media. I have businesses that I co-own. I have business partners," proudly stated Hajia.
On November 26, 2020, YEN.com.gh reported that the socialite, known in private life as Mona Montrage has become a multi-talented entertainer.
After making her movie debut in Yvonne Nelson's Fix Us, she officially released a song on November 27, 2020.
In other news, a man has surfaced on social media with claims that he is the husband of Date Rush contestant, Shemima Adams.
Shemima appeared on Date Rush on Sunday, May 16, 2021, to look for a date. Her voluptuousness surprised all the male contestants and many viewers of the show. As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Shemima selected Ali to the surprise of many and has even been going to interviews with him.
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