About a week ago news broke out on social media that Kumawood Actress Benedicta Gafah is pregnant. The most shocking, mind-blowing and interesting part of this was not the fact that Benedicta Gafah was pregnant but who the rumours said she was pregnant for.
Many people alleged on various social media platforms that Benedicta was not pregnant for anyone but her own colleague Actress Nana Ama Mcbrown’s husband Maxwell Mensah.
The allegations became even rifer when Instagram activists found out that Nana Ama Mcbrown has unfriended Benedicta Gafah Instagram. Later on, in the same week, it was also allegedly reported that Nana Ama Mcbrown was also pregnant with her husband and a lot of people became interestingly confused.
Benedicta has posted an emotional message on her Instagram page claiming among other things that negative news does not get to her anymore. She also said that negative news has made her strong and she also learns from them. Furthermore, the actress also sorts to say that she is not pregnant not to even talk about the fact that the pregnancy if any could be that of Nana Ama Mcbrown’s husband.
“BENEDICTA GAFAH ;MY TRUTH. MY STORY.
Every individual has their personal definition of what beauty is. I wake up every day knowing that every step I take is monitored and discussed, hence I don’t take my outlook for granted, as it rubs off my personal brand as an actor and an entrepreneur. I live by these five beauty products, which do not only sustains my skin but keeps my confidence up; Sugar in Honey, Tomatoes, Lemon, Coconut Oil and Water. Above all these, to me, the expression of love is beauty. The ability to touch a heart is beauty. I have come to appreciate the beauty in my natural body. Many times, I read stories and comments about how I’ve had surgery to make me look curvier. At first, I’d get worried and depressed over it, but the truth is, I can’t be apologetic for being naturally curvy. I have huge visible scars on my legs and it had been my biggest insecurity for years. If I have lived comfortably with it till now, then my body will never desire the doctor’s knife to make my look like the world’s standard of a perfect body figure. When you rip off all the makeup, the hair extensions and all the expensive clothes, what remains of us is our heart, thus, I define beauty as the pureness of heart and the willingness to lift another person up.
This is Benedicta Gafah and this is my truth, this is my story…”