The "Forever" hitmaker and daughter of legendary Ghanaian highlife musician Nana Acheampong, Jackie Acheampong popularly known in the entertainment industry as Gyakie has been one of the popular musicians in Ghana even though she she hasn't been in the industry for long. Her song "forever" has been one of the popular songs heard been played around town. This song has gone very far that almost many people from around the globe can be heard singing and jamming to it.
Just few hours ago, Gyakie took to her Twitter page to post two nice pictures. One of the pictures caught the attention of many people. You might be wondering why. The reason is due to the pose. How Gyakie posed for the camera reminded many of her fans of the late Michael Jackson. This made them take to the comments section to voice out their opinions and start to "tease" her calling her Michael Jackson. Someone also commented by saying; "Gyakie Jackson".
Gyakie's picture is below;
Some of the comments are as follows;
Your comments are welcome.
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