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Chris-Vincent Disgraces 'Broke' Prince David Osei

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Oct. 16, 2019, 7:58 a.m.


Popular blogger, Chris-Vincent Agyapong has launched scathing attacks on Prince David Osei after the actor slammed him for publishing what he described as a false story.

The Editor of ghanacelebrities.com a few days ago made a publication which suggested that newscaster, Frema Adunyame, 8 years ago, took colleague Nana Aba Anamoah to a juju woman during their days at TV3, with the intention of destroying her.

"The purpose of this unique trip was to wash away the favor Nana Aba Anamoah had found in her bosses and growing fan base at the time. In short, she wanted management and viewers to suddenly dislike Nana Aba Anamoah, the growing star.

So after visiting the juju woman and placing her destructive request, the juju woman through her daughter made contact with Nana Aba Anamoah and solidly informed her on everything--Probably, she even showed them the things Frema brought," portions of the publication read.

But Frema Adunyame in response denied the claims and threatened to take legal action against Chris-Vincent, his blog and any other news portal that reported the "grossly libelous accusation".

Commenting on Ms. Adunyame's post, Prince David Osei slammed Chris-Vincent for being unprofessional.

"Any blogger wakes up, writes whatever they like or hear about celebrities without proper scrutiny to authenticate the veracity of the story. Time to start using their ass," he wrote.

Prince David Osei's remark obviously did not go down well with Chris-Vicent as the vociferous blogger cut the actor to size.

He alleged that Prince David Osei is broke.

In a series of posts, Chris-Vincent mentioned that the actor owes him 94 pounds. This debt, according to him, has been hanging on the neck of Prince David Osei since 2012.

That was not all! Chris-Vincent claimed Prince David Osei borrowed GH¢500 from musician and satirist, Kwame A-Plus recently and is yet to settle the debt.
 

Source: GhanaWeb.com

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