Maame Yaa Konadu popularly known as Jackson Bentum was born on 18th October 2000.
Maame Yaa Konadu Jackson is a Ghanaian Kumawood actress and singer who began acting at the age of 2. Since then she has been robust in both the movie and music industry.
Her recent video has sparked a debate online with fans of her reacting differently to Yaa Jackson’s outfit she put on stage
She trilled her fans in her looks as she almost exposed her two melons on stage.
Most people has compared her performance to stars like Nicki Minaj and Cardi B.
Yaa Jackson gave spectators much more than they anticipated or paid for when she mounted the stage to perform to a rapturous crowd at a concert in Tema Saturday night.
The Kumawood actress and musician is well known for exposing her body in revealing outfit to entertain her fans
Whilst performing her song ‘3hw3 Papa Bi’, Jackson seemed to have prepared to give the crowd a free show by revealing all of her chest on play.
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