For personal reasons, a number of dark-skinned celebrities, particularly gospel singers, have changed their skin tone.
Ama Boahemaa, a gospel musician known for writing songs about her own tragic life experiences, has joined the list of Ghanaian celebrities bleaching. Photos of a dark-skinned gospel singer who has allegedly transformed into a (obroni) have gone popular on social media.
Because Ama was thought to be a God-fearing musician who would never use a bleaching product, the entertainment world and her fans were taken aback. It is against Christianity to do anything to tone her down.
Ama Boahemaa, who sang "Makoma," a major gospel hit song, as well as "Maba," "Awurade woba eko," and other tracks.
Ama Boahemaa, who is presently stationed in Germany, has not reached this conclusion yet, but only time will tell if this is the peaceful and religious environment she seeks.
Many people are unaware that she is the one who has undergone such a transformation.
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