A certain OAP, Akuko Perming recently got on Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim’s wrong side after she advised her to go back to her ex-husband, Kwadwo Safo Jnr. and stop waiting for Mr. Right.
Recall that Juliet Ibrahim’s marriage to business man, Kwadwo Safo Jnr. ended about four years ago after she discovered her husband had impregnated another lady.
In a lengthy post on her Instagram page, the actress questioned why the OAP is not yet married since she seems to know a lot about other people’s relationships and warned the OAP not to speak on things she has no knowledge about.
“Miss Akuko Perming, not until I was sent this senseless video of yours posted on TV Africa’s page I never knew of your existence. It’s obvious everyone wants to trend using my name! You 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. If you think you know better about marriages why aren’t you married yet zombie? 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 will lower her standards for anyone on this earth because I deserve better and I will never ever settle! Why don’t you go to him and be a mistress to his new wife?
Since it’s obvious you have no self value and self worth. Until you have walked in someone’s shoes don’t open your stupid toilet hole to pour out stink shit! Clown, with your nasty brown teeth and cheap hair and eyelashes, don’t you dare come at me ever again in your miserable life. You chose the wrong day, wrong time and wrong person to talk about on your dead ass stupid senseless show! And it’s a shame on TV Africa for tolerating such utterances when their so-called presenters can’t even do research before blabbing bullshit about people they talk about!
If you want to discuss me and my former marriage on your station why not spend “ 50 cedis “ only to buy my book; read and understand what happened before I left my marriage and my ex boyfriend? How hard is it to practice Professional journalism in Ghana? If anyone cares to speak or say anything about me henceforth go and buy A Toast To Life and after you done reading you have the freedom to talk or invite me for interviews,” she wrote.