Some days after the wedding of Stonebwoy and Dr. Louisa Ansong, supposed photos of the lady who was allegedly left hurt by Stonebwoy have started circulating on social media.
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However, checks by the YEN team showed that the images used to represent the supposed Betty Ama Fiona are taken from the internet.
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One of the main controversies that surrounded the glamorous wedding of Ghanaian dance-hall star Stonebwoy and award-winning dentist, Dr. Louisa Ansong was the appearance of the jilted ex-girlfriend of the groom.
The lady, earlier identified as only "Betty" in a letter she wrote to a news website, spoke on how she felt "used and dumped by Stonebwoy.
Some reports also identified the lady as "Betty Serwaa Appiah" as opposed to the "Betty Ama Fiona" she has be called on several instances.
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In the letter, Betty wrote on how Stonebwoy only cut communications with her about a week to his wedding to Dr. Louisa Ansong.
According to recent information on social media, the jilted ex-girlfriend of Stonebwoy has been identified as Betty Ama Fiona.
New photos of which show the lady have leaked on social media.
Though YEN cannot independently verify that this is the lady name Betty Ama Fiona or if indeed there was any relationship between Stonebwoy and the said lady.
One of the images belong to a social media talent who is on Instagram as @meekalina.
And another is being used by a Nigerian company called @ObaConsult on Instagram.
Also the same image was posted on Twitter by one user, @Bhee_Posh
One of the other images has also been been used extensively by Cameroonian media on several occasions.
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From all indications, it seems the whole Betty Fiona Ama/Betty Appiah Serwaa issue might be an elaborate hoax created to smear the name of Stonebwoy.
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