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We’ve had enough of you shaming our girls-Prince David Osei defends Jackie Appiah

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Ghanaian actor, Prince David Osei has jumped to the defence of Jackie Appiah and other female actors in country over their source of wealth.

According to Prince, shaming ladies in the entertainment industry for their wealth is as a result of envy and jealousy.

“The jealousy and envy for each other other in this country has no limits. So movies can’t make you drive a nice car or build a mansion, these ladies in the industry have had enough of shaming. These ladies invest the monies they make from movies and other deals,” Prince shared on Instagram.

Prince’s sentiments come following the public debate that met Jackie Appiah after she outdoored her Trassaco mansion to the general public.

Over the weekend, the A-list actress outdoored her new home on social media which has since being a hot topic.

Read Also: Jackie Appiah continues to live her best life amidst public debate on her mansion

While some fans admired her new hard work and beautiful home, others questioned her source of wealth.

Reacting to social media users who alleged that Jackie Appiah slept her way through to amass such wealth, Prince wrote;

“When Jackie started doing UB40 TVC, Computer Ads was in Legon many years ago. Let’s learn to celebrate people soon as we see them successful. We all sin differently. I am no way justifying wrong deeds but please celebrate beautiful things. We have had enough of you people always shaming our gals. All of us fuck or? From the top to the bottom of the society. Unfortunately, some make money out of it others don’t. If you don’t fuck for whatever reason raise your hand I will wait.”

He also stated that he would not be surprised if one day, some sections of Ghanians attribute his source of wealth to his association with the NPP.

“I am not here, hustling to do my tours with my sweet, tomorrow if u hit some money will come and say it’s NPP money. Some of us hustlers we never claim to be rich, we work hard filming day and night and exploring other avenues to make money,” he wrote.

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