VIDEO: “I Have Completely Lost Respect For Adu Safowaa”- MC Yeboah Declares

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Ghanaian media personality MC Yeboah has made a striking declaration regarding her colleague, Adu Safowaa, stating that she has lost all respect for her.

The revelation came during an interview with Okyeame Quophi on his popular YouTube show.

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MC Yeboah‘s sentiments stem from Adu Safowaa’s recent social media posts, in which she falsely accused her of engaging in inappropriate relationships with her superiors at Bryt TV to secure her position.

According to MC Yeboah, these accusations are completely false. She worked so hard to get to where she is today because she was labeled and bullied back at the high school in Achimota under the claim that she was ugly.

Also, MC Yeboah added that Adu Sarfowaa made these false allegations as a reaction to her decision to respectfully disagree with her remarks about another prominent media figure, Delay.

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In her interview with Okyeame Quophi, MC Yeboah recounted the events leading to her disillusionment.

She revealed that Adu Safowaa, in a separate interview with Fiifi Pratt on Kingdom FM, criticized Delay, claiming she was not a worthy role model because she did not own her studio. MC Yeboah found these comments unfounded and chose to express her differing opinion.

She stressed that Adu Safowaa’s remarks about Delay were unjustified because, in her opinion, owning a studio does not define one’s ability to be a role model.

Watch the video below:

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