‘Your Lashes Are So Long they Can Sweep the Streets of Accra’ – Social media Trolls Michy’s New Look

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We have a new name to be admitted into Bridget Otoo’s no trolling coalition of celebrities, Shatta Michy.

Michy has been the subject of trolling from some social media users after being spotted in eyelashes longer than a pole used in the pole vault event.

Wale’s former queen was an attendee at the birthday party for Hajia 4 Real and she really turned up dressed to slay.

However, the part of her getup which got the most attention was her eyelashes.

Michy’s lashes were looking quite long and some fans trolled her for it.

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One even said her lashes are so long they could be used to sweep the streets of Accra.

Michy even replied but just laughed it off.

“Her lashes can sweep the streets of Accra,”, the user wrote, prompting Michy to reply, “I agree” with laughing emojis.

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Another user said: “Sorry to say this ,Michy is not looking fine anymore.”

Check out Michy at the party below and enjoy her legendary new lashes.

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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