Tracey Boakye Admits She’s An ‘Ashawobrity’ And She Says She Enjoys It Very Much

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Kumawood star Tracey Boakye has done what many of her colleagues in the struggling Ghanaian movie industry are unable to do, which is to freely admit her source of income.

For many in the business we have so considerately dubbed as the ‘ashawobrity’ business, they use euphemisms such as ‘entrepreneurship’ to cover up how they actually make their money.

But actress Tracey Boakye, appearing on the show ‘Celebrity Ride with ZionFelix’, minced no words.

According to her, she has a ‘sugar daddy’ – a man far older than her – who she’s currently dating and who provides everything she needs as a good man should.

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Tracey revealed that her man is twenty years her senior but in bed, he’s a monster and for that reason she won’t leave him.

She also said that as he is not married they are free to date each other and she doesn’t care what anyone else has to say.

Tracey recently came into the news after she uploaded a video of herself ‘crying’ her hearts out, probably after thinking she has lost her sugar daddy’s cash due to something stupid she had done.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

 


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