- A young lady has been trending on Twitter after inviting netizens to join she and her friends party
- Abena Marie shared that in order to watch her dance and eat online, one would have to pay Ghc100
- Many who saw her post went straight to the comments section to share their opinions about the announcement
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A beautiful Ghanaian lady has got many massively reacting as she decided to organize a virtual party.
In her post sighted on Twitter, the young lady introduced herself as Abena Marie and announced that she is throwing a party online which requires a payment of Ghc100 to join.
According to her, the two-day party will be with her female friends and will be held online.
Abena mentioned that the party is her way of saying 'thank you' to her fans for always supporting her.
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Many Ghanaians, especially men who saw the young lady's post had a lot to say about it.
A few of them has been highlighted below by YEN.com.gh;
¢100 just to watch you folks dance & eat !? Nka mede bɛyɛ bundle ahwɛ adult videos
Ah, 100 cedis to watch people dance and eat on my phone. Seisei 3kom de mo aaa na nkwasea marketing projects na aba mo tirim. But some fools go buy sekof breast
Na Ashawo koraa yɛ ahe? 100cedis to watch u dance? And I'll buy data too
100gh for what exactly???
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Ghanaian lady identified from her Twitter handle as Nana Frimpomaa recently shared that she went in for an advertisement for her products and was given an outrageous price.
The lady revealed that for a 24 hour advertisement, she was required to pay Ghc1,600.
Nana's post read as;
1,600 GHANA CEDIS for an ad that will last for only 24hours on Snapchat???? Kaiiiissssh.
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