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Being on “Young, Famous and African” Was Awkward But Fun- Fantana



Ghanaian musician, Francine Nyanko Koffi, otherwise known as Fantana has recently opened up about her experiences after being featured in a Netflix series.

According to her, even though it was fun and a good experience being featured on “Young, Famous and African”, it was awkward at the same time.

She made this revelation during a recent interview with Graphic Showbiz where she made known that she is gradually improving on her acting skills.


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The ‘ Girls Hate On Girls’ hitmaker, who gained attention for her ‘controversial’ role in the series asserted that; 

“My experience has been good. It was a little bit awkward at first but I started getting used to the cameras as time went on. Besides, this isn’t the first time I am in front of the cameras. Aside music videos, I have also featured in a documentary titled My Perfect Funeral which also airs on ShowMaxx.”

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