Slay queens in Ghana are always in the list of top trending issues. It is either a fight between two of them or serious allegations being imposed on one.
Regina Adu Sarfowaah who is a popular actress and TV presenter is alleging that Nana Aba Asamoah's Range rover, which was given to her some time back as a birthday present is not actually her's. This is a very big allegation because the general public knows that Nana Aba got that car from a man as a birthday present.
Adu Sarfowaah claims that the man who bought the car for Nana Aba is her boyfriend. According to Regina, the registration plate of the Range rover is that of a white Nissan Rogue and that makes the issues more tensed up. The question now is, how did Nana Aba get the number plate of a registered Nissan rogue to fix on her new Range rogue? It is however worth noting that the on the day the Range rover was presented to Nana Aba, it was already registered and had license plates on both front bumper and tail gate. Is Regina trying to say that Nana Aba had already swapped the registration of the said Nissan rogue for her Range rover before giving it to the man to present to her as a gift?
Regina Adu Sarfowaah also claims that the man who gifted Nana Aba the Range rover is her boyfriend and the two of them are working hard to take it back from her. She again goes ahead to allege that Nana Aba has been "sleeping" with the man's bestfriend.
Nana Aba has so far not issued any reply to all these allegations. The allegations were made in a post which was released on Regina Adu Sarfowaah's Instagram page and has been generating a lot of conversations.
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