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It’s Sad People Think Wealthy Women Made It Through Dubious Means – MzVee



After the interior of Jackie Appiah’s house went viral on social media, there has been a debate on how most women become wealthy in Ghana.


There have been divided opinions about the source of wealth of some female celebrities after the actress’s plush residents broke the internet.

Commenting on the issue, Afropop singer, MzVee, pointed out that there are women who are succeeding through hard work.

According to the musician, it is sad people are claiming well-to-do women in the country mostly become rich through dubious means.

“It’s sad because there are women who are making it through hard work and just going through the way life is,” she stated in an interview with Amansan Krakye on Cape Coast based Kastle FM.

Although she believes people are entitled to their opinions, to her, they should not be quick to conclude on issues they know nothing about.

“So, people shouldn’t just judge quickly but at the same time at the end of the day people also have their own opinions.

“Most of the time some of these opinions are not true so I mean people should just mind their own business.”

On the same issue, broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah, admonished people who always suggest any wealthy Ghanaian became prosperous through dubious means should quit that attitude.

To her, when a man achieves financial success, many people in the country claim without prove, that it is through illicit drug dealings. While other men are also thought of as gaining money through sakawa, according to Nana Aba, the success of most women in the country are also attributed to prostitution.

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