Event organiser and television presenter Mona Gucci has landed herself in trouble.
This is getting more interesting. Mona Gucci on United showbiz with Nana Mcbrown, made an interesting revelation that kept Ghanaian talking. She confirmed on the show she is a lawyer. This was when Michy told Nana Ama she is now in law school. Mona Gucci was pushed to the wall to mention the name of her school and the law firm she worked with.
At that point, you could see that Many people watching the show, were all eager to hear what she will say.
At a point, she wasn't welling to say anything but Kwame A-plus, forced her to explain herself.
According to Mona, she studied immigration law in the states and worked for about three years before settling in Ghana to do events.
After her pronouncement, social media was flooded with comments. Especially the page of controversial presenter Queen Afia Schwarzenegger.
As at 12:00 am when the show was still on going, Afia was still not asleep.
This was what Afia posted on her page;
These were some of the comments,
From the look of things, the beef between Queen Afia and Mona Gucci will not end anytime soon.
Comments that came in for Mona i think, made her felt uncomfortable on the show.
The host made it clear that she was invited to the show the clear the hair on certain issues she had with Queen Afia but it seemed things didn't turn out the way she imagined.
Mmmmm, Ghanaians can talk oo.
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