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12-Jun-2018  
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Ghanaian actress Fatimah Ama Adeoye has described singer Efya Awindor as an ‘uncultured’ person after the just ended 'Ghana Meets Naija' 2018 concert.

'Ghana meets Naija' 2008 was a memorable night as fans were excited with electrifying performances from Patapaa, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, Wizkid, Mayorkun, Sista Afia and other artistes.

Fatimah Ama Adeoye after the event took to social media ‘Instagram’ to launch a series of attacks on the award winning singer.

According to the Funke Akindele’s look alike, she was astonished by Efya Awindor's 'bush' behaviour during the much attended musical concert.

She tagged Efya as ‘boorish’ and unfit to be a celebrity – “whiles her colleague musicians were on the bill performing on stage, Efya was busily fighting for seat.”

In addition, she disclosed how shocked Nigerian celebrity fashion stylist Jeremiah Ogbodo who is known in showbiz as Swankyjerry was at her uncouth behavior.

The actress who has been inactive in the movie industry also praised Moesha Buduong for her good behavior she showed at the 'Ghana Meets Naija' event.

“@moeshaboduong you have Earned My Respect from Today and as for You @efya_nokturnal SMH For You, Uncultured People They Call Celebrities. @swankyjerry I saw the shock on your face and how surprised you were when they were displaying their stupidity in public."

Fatimah Ama Adeoye comment attracted several condemnations from her followers and has since deleted the abusive post on her page.

 
 
 
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