Actress Tracey Boakye has begged Ghanaians to stop tagging former President Mahama in her issues since he’s an ‘innocent’ man.
Tracey is begging Ghanaians in the name of God to leave the former President’s name out of the ongoing search for her baby daddy because they are embarrassing him and his family.
After causing all this havoc with her big mouth, loose talk and lack of ethics, decorum or common sense, Tracey now needs Ghanaians to exercise the common sense that she herself lacks.
Former President John Mahama’s name has popped up in the never-ending search for ‘Papa No’, with allegations that he’s the sugar daddy furnishing Mzbel and Tracey with all the cash they’re flaunting.
Tracey took to IG on Friday to beg for Ghanaians to leave Mahama out of her issue.
“I REALLY RESPECT THE FORMER PRESIDENT, H.E MAHAMA, AND IM SOO SORRY FOR ALL THE NEGATIVE NEWS CIRCULATING ON SOCIAL MEDIA. IVE DECIDED TO KEEP MY RELATIONSHIP AND BABY DADDY AWAY FROM THE MEDIA, SO PLEASE STOP TAGGING AN INNOCENT AND WELL RESPECTED MAN AND HIS FAMILY ????????????. THANK YOU.” she wrote.
Nobody caused all this except Tracey Boakye herself when she decided to jump online one day and start running her mouth without thinking.
Her life has now been turned into an apology galore as she’s now apologized to Sam Jonah, Kumawood actor Nana Obrempong and now former President Mahama for making their life a living hell.
Whoever her real ‘Papa No’ is she’s probably had to apologize to him like a million times already as well, although if he has any sense he won’t take her back.
A village girl like Tracey can never be trusted to keep secrets – important secrets that a sugar daddy will want to keep hidden.