- Akumaa Mama Zimbi has surprised many after taking off her huge scarf after a long while
- She looks completely different from the looks people have been accustomed to
- The new photos show how Mama Zimbi's hairline has been shifted due to the constant pressure on her head
Popular Ghanaian media personality, Akumaa Mama Zimbi, has taken off her signature huge scarf for the first time in many years.
In the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mama Zimbi’s hair is seen freed from the heat her scarf brings to her head.
It is also noticeable that her hairline has shifted backward, something perhaps caused by the heat from her signature scarf.
Mama Zimbi looks cheerful and younger in the photos as she smiled brightly.
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Mama Zimbi has not been active in the news for some time now as she has resolved to keep a low profile on social media.
No make-photos of Nana Aba Anamoah, Fella Makafui, McBrown, and 7 others
In other entertainment news, YEN.com.gh published no make-up photos of 10 popular celebrities.
They included Jackie Appiah, Fella Makafui, Nana Aba Anamoah, Serwaa Amihere, Afia Schwar, Wendy Shay, Berla Mundi, Nana Ama McBrown, Hajia Bintu, and Kafui Danku.
The photos have either impressed or shocked fans as some of the celebrities look very different and sometimes unrecognisable.
Jackie Appiah falls during competition
Meanwhile, Jackie Appiah the actress has fallen down in a competition.
She fell flat on the ground during a musical chair competition in a new video published by YEN.com.gh.
The actress displayed her playful side when she competed with another lady.
The organisers of the show helped her up and declared her the winner because the other lady cheated.
Stonebwoy's daughter Jidula raps in new video
In other interesting entertainment news, Stonebwoy's daughter, Jidula, got Ghanaians laughing with a video of her seriously singing and rapping.
Unfortunately, Jidula’s words did not come out clearly and that makes it a bit difficult to ascertain what song she was exactly singing.
She sat on her mother, and with a scarf fixed like an adult, Jidula was singing effortlessly.
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