VIDEO: ‘I Would Expose You If You Disrespect Me’ – Ayisha Modi W@rns Her Benefactors

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Ayisha Modi has constantly been tagged as one individual who loves to engage in social media battles with people in the entertainment industry when they supposedly step on her toes, even though she is one person who obviously has a kind heart.

She has publicly had wild confrontations with the likes of Tracey Boakye, Obrafour, Afia Schwar, Diamond Appiah, and many others.

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In a recent chat with Zionfelix, Ayisha Modi revealed that she mostly comes out to say her truth when she feels people are trying to take her for granted.

She mentioned that what a lot of people mostly forget is that, despite being a kind-hearted person, she also has her negative side, which only comes to light when people hurt her badly.

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The owner and CEO of Akyire H) restaurant revealed that it is not as though she is someone who likes fighting, however, when the person you have somehow fed and extended some help to decides to insult you, it is painful and must be addressed with all the impunity it deserves.

Ayisha was quick to add that she has many friends she grew up with, and there has never been a single instance of a fight or confrontation between them because these people respect them just as she respects them.

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When asked if she was suggesting that coming to her for money meant you had signed a literal death certificate, Ayisha Modi gave a negative answer and added that it would only be a problem when such a person decided to disrespect her.

Watch the video below for more…

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