Fella Makafui's throwback photos are an inspiration to all Ghanaian youth. Fella Makafui, who was born in August 1995, has gone through a lot of changes in her life, from her high school days to her acting career.
Fella Makafui was a model before becoming well-known for her role in the iconic television series "YOLO."
Her peculiar position as an illiterate bread vendor drew a large number of admirers. She has also appeared in a number of other films, including Chaskele, Swings, and others. City People Entertainment named Fella Makafui the most promising actress in 2016.
Fella Makafui was recently in the news for snatching singer Sister Derby's current partner, Medikal. There have been some photos of her that show how much she has changed.
One of these photos is from her secondary school days, when she was photographed with her fair-skinned boyfriend, who was dressed in black and stood behind her.
Fella Makafui is now transformed and stunning. She is married to Samuel Adu Frimpong, also known as Medikal in the entertainment industry, who is a singer and rapper. She has a few music tracks under her belt. Her first single, "Over," was one of the ones that got Ghanaians talking.
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