CHRIS-VINCENT Writes: When Born One & Born Two B*tches Have Nothing to Do With Their Lives–The Case of Nana Akua Addo And Bibi Bright

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Nana Akua Addo and Bibi Bright have a lot in common, probably more than the latter thinks of the former whom she exposed last night on social media.
It may seem I am late to the party–but I am not, I have just been busy with important things and now have some time to spare on the two desperate b*tches, pathetically parading themselves as actresses of a non-existing movie industry.
Instagram serves as the home and workplace of a lot of jobless women across the world but Ghanaians seem to take the addiction to a whole different insane level. And our so called celebrities lead the pack–with almost each person having not less than three unrelated accounts, meant to “spy” on others and leave “anonymous” offensive comments on photos of those they dislike or believe to be in competition with.
While Kim Kardashian and a host of global celebrities are cashing in on instagram with reputable brands paying them millions of dollars to drop words about their products and services ( a genuine reason to fight for followers), our bunch of Ghanaian lunatics, mostly born ones and born twos without traces of the men who fathered their babies literally spend 24 hours on instagram, doing nothing productive.
And yesterday, the confused, full blown stupid and shameless mother of one-Bibi Bright spent hours confirming everything I have always been saying, that we have desperate, low-life and dim-witted caricatures as celebrities in Ghana–whose true profession is whoring and backbiting which they bespangle with acting.

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To many, these people are actresses–when the truth is, they just live in the pockets of successful pot-bellied men, using their returns for unending photo shoots for instagram and to purchase dresses to make ‘glam’ appearances at events so to win nugatory awards and score attention.
If you are still lost as to what I am talking about, then let me give you a quick recap of the bitchy fight of the year.
Yesterday, actress Bibi Bright ( I am not using ‘actress’ just as Emelia Clarke would use it for herself here) took to instagram to launch shocking but expected attacks on Nana Akua Addo, another actress just like Moesha Boduong whom you’ve probably never seen in any movie.
Though it was mainly a unilateral attack, Bibi Bright opened a worm of gossip–telling the world about the sort of person Nana Akua Addo is and putting bare before those paying attention everything Nana Akua Addo has said about every industry person including how Becca is not sexually satisfied in her relationship. And allegedly, how Becca sleeps with Nigerian men for money.
Apparently, Becca even tried snatching Nana Akua Addo the born two’s man—the question is; does Nana Akua Addo even have a stable man?
It may be true that Afia Schwarzenegger, Mzbel, Deloris Frimpong-Manso (Delay) & Diamond Appiah are the coarse square of nuisance but there are many others like them whose only mission in life is to wear dresses they cannot afford and make appearances on screens and social media–to aid in catching their ultimate fishes, men.
The internet has made it possible for people to hide behind computers and present themselves as smart even if they are dumb. You can become whatever you want behind the veil of technology and yet these grown women with gray hair on their coochies and several others in Ghana, loosely called boss chicks, have decided to remain stupid and ignorant.
Ask yourself this, from everything that Bibi Bright said and the sort of things these women fight over (such as Glitz Awards ), which of them is really worthy of anything? And I do not even want to talk about Bibi’s poor grammar.
The question is; can’t she use a quarter of the time she spends on instagram to make good her English?
And the answer is: b*tches ain’t got time for that!
Flip to the next pages to read all the crazy stuff Bibi had to say…

Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Founding Editor
Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri is the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com and AfricaCelebrities.Com a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate; he holds 2 masters degrees in Law; International Human Rights Law (LL.M) and Legal Practice Course (LL.M) from University of Leicester and Nottingham Law School--and also a degree in Law (LL.B) from University of East London. He's a Professional Truth Sayer and he is the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” He currently works at Adukus Solicitors in London--where he uses his legal brains to kick real ass, for the good of clients and humanity. Contact: [email protected]