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Juliet Ibrahim blasts TV presenter for saying she should go back to her ex-husband by sarah(f) : 10:33 pm On Aug 21
Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim has slammed a TV presenter, Akosua Farmmer for asking her to go back to her ex-husband.
The presenter on her show yesterday said Juliet should stop searching for Mr. Right and go back to her former husband, Kwadwo Safo.
But Juliet, irked by her comments, hopped on Instagram to insult her for not minding her business.
According to the movie star, the OAP decided to mock her because she wanted to use her name for some 15 minutes of fame.
“It’s obvious everyone wants to trend using my name! Y’all Do anything for clout! Even ugly chickens feel they have a say in someone’s personal life! Dead TV station with dead ass TV presenters looking for clout off Juliet Ibrahim as usual,” she said.
Describing her as “stupid clown”, Juliet said she was not desperate to marry so won’t go back to her ex-husband after he cheated on her with the lady he is now married to.
She said, “You say I should go back to my ex-husband and stop waiting for Mr Right, even after all I went through with him and how he’s moved on with the lady he impregnated while we were married? “Stupid clown, I am not a desperate woman who’ll lower her standards for anyone on this earth because I deserve better and I will never ever SETTLE!”
Read her full post below.
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