- Fella Makafui has shared an emotional grass to grace story of how her life has turned around
- The actress and wife of Medikal disclosed on her Instagram stories that she and her mom came to Accra with a 'Ghana must go' bag and slept in kiosks for years
- Fella shared her story in reference to news that she and her husband, Medikal, have bought a new plush mansion for their daughter
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Actress Fella Makafui may be living lavishly now but life has not always been this rosy for her and her family.
According to Fella, she has gone through a lot of suffering to get to where she is now and thus deserves every bit of what she has.
In an emotional text post on her Instagram stories, Fella indicated that she had gone through sleepless nights with tears when things were not going well for her family.
Giving a clue on her unceremonious beginnings, Fella disclosed she came to Accra with a 'Ghana must go' and had to sleep in kiosks with her mother for years.
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Their condition was so bad that they had no place to take their bath and had to wake up at dawn to bathe in the open.
But, all-in-all, Fella was grateful to God for the blessings upon her life adding that whatever she went through was a lesson to prepare her for the future.
She added that unlike herself, her daughter, Island Frimpong, is never going to lack by the grace of God.
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Fella Makafui's emotional outpour comes after news that she and her husband, AMG rapper Medikal, have bought a new house.
The star couple recently took possession of the new plush mansion and have reportedly moved in as their main house now.
A video sighted by YEN.com.gh showed the house to be a two-storey building, mainly painted white.
The video which was first shared on Fella Makafui's Instagram stories shows the house has a swimming pool.
From her inscriptions, the new home was bought in the name of their daughter.
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