Nana Aba Anamoah Apologises For Photoshop Lie: ‘I Was Just Joking’

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Nana Aba Anamoah
Nana Aba Anamoah

Sometimes we realise some battles are not worth fighting, you just cannot win. So the best option is to apologise, pass it off as a joke, and move on.

Nana Aba is not the first and would not be the last celebrity to try to put dust in the public’s eye, and then pull back when they’re humiliated for it. I just hope for once one of these celebrities would just admit the sh*t they tried to pull that blew up in their face.

Nana Aba Anamoah has been number one in the twitter sphere for a few days now, owing to her decision to shamelessly rip off a picture of someone in a stadium at Manchester and pass it off as hers.

Since then, the notoriously active twitter user has gone radio silent, as twitter had fun at her expense. As she correctly surmised, she was never going to win that battle.

Earlier this morning she came out to explain the entire thing. She claims it was just an innocent prank, and that she did not realise it would blow so out of proportion. She said she did not respond earlier because her father died two weeks ago and she was mourning him.

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Yeah, right.


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