Stop tagging actresses as mobile money girls, Shatana says

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Young talented Ghanaian artiste, Ranaya Pappoe, popularly known as Shatana in the showbiz industry has advised Ghanaians to desist from narrowing down some Ghanaian actresses to mobile money girls because these two actresses are very ambitious and hard-working.

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Reacting to the feedback her latest song ”Mobile Money” has gained from the Ghanaian populace, Shatana indicated that her heart is greatly saddened by how music lovers have limited her song to the controversies surrounding the lifestyles of Moesha Boduong and Nikki Samonas.

“Most people are of the strong opinion that Moesha and Nikki have been receiving mobile money alerts through the practice of prostitution and that is how come they are able to embark on expensive trips and live a lavish lifestyle, which is not fair, however you guys can tag them as momo girls if that’s what they are really doing behind the backdoor”.

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Shatana released her mobile money song early this year to advise young ladies to stop depending on sugar daddies as their source of livelihood and rather engage themselves with some good jobs regardless of how minimum the salary would be, however, Ghanaians directed such message to most Ghanaian celebrities on social media, notably Moesha Buduong.

Meanwhile AMG rapper Medikal, recently branded Nikki Samonas as a mobile money girl when the actress shared a line from strongman “diss” song aimed at medical on Twitter.



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