In an interview with Sammy Kay, former HIV/AIDS ambassador Joyce Dzidzor Mensah took a jab at the comedienne in a subtle manner, sparking a new spat with the vengeful Afia Schwar.
Joyce claims that despite having paid for the car Dr. UN used to "surprise" her the day after their wedding, unlike some famous people (such as Afia Schwar), she did not take out a loan to marry her husband.
Joyce admitted that the viral V8 suv was an intentional and premeditated ploy to publicize their wedding and garner engagements.
When confronted by host Sammy Kay for pursuing unnecessary clout, Joyce Mensah maintained that what she did was insignificant in comparison to what some female superstars did for their boyfriends.
She stated that we were all living in this nation when a famous person got married using her own funds before later screaming foul and claiming to have taken out a loan.
Even though no names were mentioned, it is obvious that this is a jab at Afia Schwar.
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