Only Lazy Ladies Were Buying Mama Gee’s Products Instead Of Working To Take Care Of Themselves – Vim Lady Fires

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Afia Pokuaa the ‘Vim Lady’ has torn into ladies who were buying the products of notorious ‘charms’ seller Mama Gee, describing them as lazy.

Mama Gee, who was recently arrested for selling unapproved products, was known as the go-to lady to buy charms from which can help you snatch any man you want.

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She was extremely popular and consequently wealthy due to the number of ladies just trooping to her shop for such charms.

Speaking after her arrest, Vim Lady slammed the ladies who had been buying her products.

“To the ladies, laziness is not a virtue. Those market women, hairdressers and seamstresses who wake up at dawn are humans too.” she wrote.

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“I wonder where this laziness and dependent attitude came from because our mothers and grandmothers woke up from dawn to farm, market and various places to work and did not depend solely on men.

“Some of them raised their children alone so where from this lazy attitude of thinking a man should be trapped to take care of you. Is he a bank? Do you as a woman not have hands or brains like men? 

“Chooooooo????Feeling angry this morning” she concluded.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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