People Are Saying the Miss Ghana Girls Are Ugly Because they Don’t Look Like Slay Queens – Inna Patty’s Futile Defence of Her Dying Pageant

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Somehow the Miss Ghana pageant is still running and somehow, ladies are still enrolling despite the word of several former beauty queens about their experience with the pageant.

If the pageant is still running though, it seems perhaps its because the standards have fallen drastically from its heydays, and Ghanaians are picking up on that.

A few weeks ago, we reported about the trolling handed to the current Miss Ghana and her two runners up after far from flattering photos of them hit the web.

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According to Ghanaians, the ladies were butt ugly and not even worthy of standing for Miss Agbogbloshie. For many, it is the perfect encapsulation of the desperation of Inna Patty to keep her dying pageant alive.

In response to those claims, Inna Patty said Ghanaians are only criticizing the girls because they’re not slay queens.

“People want them to automatically look like slay Queens. No!” she said.

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Inna Patty added that the one at fault is the photographer for taking a bad photo and uploading it.

“They just had a bad hair day and I’d say whoever took that picture in the first instance was very irresponsible in the sense that these are your Queens”. she said.

They’re no one’s queens, apparently they’re not even Agbogbloshie queens.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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