Who Said Dating A Sugar Daddy Is A Sin? – Fella Makafui Has A Question for Ghanaians

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For Ghanaians who have questions about Fella dating a sugar daddy back then and getting cars and shops out of the deal, she says she did nothing wrong.

In a recent interview, Fella said that no one has clasified dating sugar daddies as a sin so Ghanaians should get off her back about that.

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“To even date a sugar daddy is not a sin. There are two types of sugar daddies; those who are married with kids and those who aren’t married…it depends on those that come your way,” Fella said.

You’ll recall Fella had a sugar daddy who she eventually left for Medikal after milking all she could out of him.

According to her, the guy she dated was not married so even though he’s older than her, he was not her sugar daddy.

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“My ex was not a sugar daddy. I can’t reveal his age. When I was young I had elderly people around me who were friends…I’ve always had that kind of maturity to be with someone who’s more mature than me.” Fella added to explain why she dated someone that older than her.

Even though he was not a sugar daddy, Fella’s ex sent his goons to take his cars back from her and close down the shop he opened for her after their breakup. Not actions you’d expect from a sugar daddy right?

Anyway, Fella says those days are behind her now as she’s completely with Medikal now.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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