Joyce Boakye’s ex-boyfriend, Richmond, conducted a thorough expose into their previous relationship a few days ago.
In an audio clip, he said that Joyce Boakye was penniless when they first met and that she borrowed salt and fish to season her food.
He continued by claiming that the actress pleaded for his affection. Joyce battled candidiasis for weeks and couldn’t have treated the illness without Richmond’s financial support, according to Richmond, who appeared to be quite upset.
He went on to say that Joyce had previously sought his help when they were dating in order to visit a juju man for money rituals.
He continued by saying the Kumawood actress had admitted to him that she wanted to become involved in juju because she was desperate to get wealthy. Moving on, Richmond revealed in his tirade that Joyce ultimately went to Juju Man to obtain money.
Finally speaking out about the sika duro accusations that have been dominating social media trends.
Joyce Boakye denied all of the allegations made in an exclusive interview with Abena Gold of GhPage, she even asserting that she never had any interest in dating Richmond.
Joyce Boakye claims that Richmond wanted to make it easy for her to do sika duro from Maame Water.
She also revealed a number of steamy audios Richmond had sent him, in which he can be heard convincing her to go see Maame Water in exchange for cash.
To learn more, play the video below.
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