The General manager of GhOne TV and Star FM made a revelation that seems to shock everyone. Nana Aba Anamoah who is known for her philanthropic works was born on 19th June 1980. She is regarded as one of the top media giants not only in Ghana but recognized across Africa. The mother of one made the revelation on popular social media platform Twitter. When her colleague Natalie Fort asked the question ‘How do you love to spend your Friday evenings?’ @thenanaaba, the official account of the multiple award-winning media personality claimed ‘Getting wasted and used’.
As to what she meant by getting wasted and used, that’s a question for the gods. But if you are thinking of what I am thinking then it poses the question, who is warming up the bed of this beautiful princess. As usual, her Twitter followers had a few things to say about it.
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