If Not For Producers And Directors Passing You Around For Gala You Will Never Get A Movie Role – TV Africa’s Winnie Mandela Cann Replies Juliet Ibrahim and It’s NASTY – VIDEO

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Juliet Ibrahim’s stunning attack on TV Africa presenter Akosua Farmmer and the station at large has borne fruit as another presenter at the station has come for her without mercy.

Winnie Mandela Cann, who took over as host of Political Police after Afia Schwarzenegger’s departure, has completely torn the actress to shreds for calling the station a ‘dead station’.

In a video on Facebook, Aba Guy Guy pulled no punches as she mercilessly tore Ibrahim to pieces.

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She alleged that Ibrahim is talentless and the only reason she lands movie roles is because producers and directors chop her down in return for the roles.

She laughed off her claim that TV Africa is a dead station, and said if it was she would not have come on the channel with Iceberg Slim during the time they were dating to flaunt him around.

She added if Ibrahim needs to drive sales of her book she should go to Makola and hawk it around instead of using TV Africa for publicity.

The whole beef started after Farmmer slammed Ibrahim for leaving her marriage with Kwadwo Safo Jnr and that enraged her to diss Farmmer in return.

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Ibrahim went ballistic, with insult after insult lobbed at the presenter and the TV station.

But that has now drawn another response – so we wait and see if Ibrahim would respond to this attack as well.

Grab your popcorn.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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