Recall that Joyce Boakye had an affair with a Ghanaian football star on social media over time. The gossip of the media spoke about Asamoah Gyan (Baby Jet) as one who chopped up the actress secretly. It's only when the alleged football boyfriend of the actress Kumawood Joyce was threatened to disclose that Mona was going to chat with Asamoah Gyan and Joyce Boakye.
The chat circulates quickly on social media. In the viral chat, Baby Jet presumably begged Joyce Boakye to chop it so that he could handle it without anyone being aware. Joyce was frightened. She said she was not prepared to suffer another broken heart, she said in the chat. Finally, after the progress made on her, she bounced Asamoah Gyan.
A few hours after the leaked chat that sparked social media flashes between her and Asamoah Gyan, actress Joyce Boakye from Kumawood reacted to this in a new video. The popular Kumawood actress was shocked by how the chat had quickly gone viral and that she had nothing to do with the fans and viral chat was false. She feels that the chat is just a plot by someone who might not like it to dent her picture and create difficulties for her.
"I don't understand, but here in Ghana, some people are good for editing. The chat is funny to look at. I'm sure somebody has deliberately framed this so that it looks real."Joyce in the video found out that she did not even know Asamoah Gyan personally to talk about having contact with him and to convince everyone of their affair.
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