Tattoo is magnificent, and elegant, although a lot of people talk against it. In this 21st century, tattoo has become a stylish fashion among celebrities and youth all over the world which its beautification cannot be overlooked.
There are a lot of reasons why people tattooed their bodies. Some tattoo their body for attention, self-expression, sentimental memorial, artistic freedom, cosmetic, a visual display of a personal narrative, cover a blemish, spiritual reasons, cultural reasons, addiction, pledges of love, sexual lures, to symbolize their belonging to or identification with particular groups, including criminal gangs.
These reasons are not different among celebrities in Ghana and the juvenile. In this article, I present to your 5 Ghanaian female celebrities who have tattooed themself gorgeously.
Mona Faiz Montrage popularly known as Hajia4Real is a social media sensation and Women’s rights advocate. She has a butterfly-like tattoo on her left shoulder, and a written tattoo on her left arm.
Andrea Owusu, also known as Efia Odo is an actress, social media sensation, and advocator for the "fix the country movement". She has a written tattoo just above her left packet.
Deborah Owusu-Bonsu popularly known in the music industry as Sister Derby/African Mermaid, is a television presenter, musician, and model. She has a fish-like tattoo on her back and a written tattoo on her right hand.
Tiisha Bentil popularly known by her stage name as Tiisha, is a promising upcoming Afropop singer. She has a St George’s cross-like tattoo on her left hand.
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