I’m A Virgin Please, I Can Never Say I Want Shatta Wale’s ‘D’ To S*ck — Yaa Jackson ‘Clears the Air’

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Kumawood teen star Yaa Jackson has come out to deny reports out there that she said she would kill herself unless she gets Shatta Wale’s ‘anaconda’ to suck.

A post on social media attributed to Yaa Jackson made the claim, and no one was really surprised to see it because Yaa Jackson, despite her relative youth, has been talking about s*x nonstop in her posts and interviews.

However this morning she has come out to deny ever making that post and saying she wants to s*ck Shatta Wale.

Yaa Jackson in an interview with Ghbase said the post was made by a fake page operating under her name. She said she has reported the page countless times without Facebook taking any action.

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She also said she’s a virgin and therefore cannot make such comments, especially about Shatta Wale who she sees as her father.

Yaa Jackson in the past has claimed that she dumped a ‘big man’ she was dating because he wasn’t ready to spend good money on her, so we aren’t really buying that she’s a virgin and cannot say she would s*ck someone else’s d*ck.

Anyway, she claims she would cause the arrest of whoever is running that fake account in her name.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

 

 


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