Former HIV/AIDS Ambassador, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah has ventured into music after it came to light in 2016 that she was actually not HIV Positive like she claimed.
The former ambassador has decided to change her name to take up the stage name, Yawavi Yawa. She indicated from her base in Germany that her new name meant, “A girl born on Thursday.
Speaking with Graphic Showbiz, the now dance hall musician indicated that her new single, "Nana Give Me" featured Zeal of VVIP fame. Talking about her music career, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah indicated that she was going to fuse the local languages into her songs to make them as unique as possible. She indicated that her return to the music scene promised new things for her fans.
The “My Crossroads” producer who was once doing music indicated that she had come back into the music industry and she was going to be original. She indicated that people had to put their partners into consideration and endeavor to make them happy sometimes.
Joyce Dzidzor Mensah was for a long time believed to be an HIV Patient and for her courage to come out to declare her status, she was made an HIV/AIDS Ambassador. Her position made her enjoy many privileges; even receiving some finances as a result of her position.
She shocked the whole nation by granting an interview to deny ever being a carrier of the deadly disease even after the AIDS Commission in Ghana had declared her to be HIV Positive. She stepped down from her position and has since relocated to Germany.
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