Yaa Jackson has never ceased to storm our social media space with mesmerizing images that will leave the entire space talking. This time around she decided to storm the internet with a ninja styled dress and orange top.
Yaa Jackson has been constant on controversies concerning unfit dressing. She has also stayed relevant in the music industry after the movie industry started to take a nosedive in production and sales. She is a goddess of beauty and there are no two ways about it.
In music, her tracks include; “Ehwe papa”, “Ginger” and “Omo Beka”. She has really pulled numbers to her tracks as many assume it has strong content. But her style of dressing has won many criticisms. Because of her dress choices, many Ghanaians have lambasted the father for allowing the daughter to dress indecently. However, Yaa Jackson's father, Jackson K. Bentum, has said that he supports all the sexually suggestive songs and dressing of his daughter. He doesn’t have anything against her daughter’s dresses and songs.
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