GHone’s Nana Aba Anamoah and Serwaa are trending for the wrong reasons and this is why; the sister of Serwaa Amihere, maame Gyamfuah, popularly known as “mami oh my hair", recently celebrated the birthday of her daughter and had us seeing the two popular media celebrities gracing the ceremony.
It was all fun and games, as Nana Aba was seen jumping in bouncy castles, and “getting dirty”(as she put it) with the kids. The niece of Serwaa Amihere really enjoyed her day because the adults went all out for her. Her cake, the decorations, games, photoshoot and all, had a touch of elegance and were screaming wealth!.
Well, after all the fun and excitement, one thing these adults failed to notice, was the failure to adhere to Covid protocols. These same public figures come out to preach and educate us on the severity of the pandemic and how to stay safe, meanwhile, they rather throw caution to the wind and have fun without paying attention to the influence they have on the public. No masks, social distance, or and other protocol was observed all in the name of ‘birthday party'. These celebrities should know better!.
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