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Nana Aba Anamoah Descends Heavily On Jessie Funk Over Her Distasteful Comments About Ghana

Celebrated Ghanaian Journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah has descended heavily on American Musical Artist, Jessie Funk over her distasteful comments about Ghana.


According to Nana Aba, it is about time Jessie Funk unlearn the truckload of lies she has been fed by some of the painfully lazy media platforms in her country about Africa.


In a Facebook post sighted by Thinknewsonline.com, Nana Aba Anamoah posted "I’m willing to help you speak sensibly next time about a country that’s been kind to your ilk, church and any other organisation from your country. To be honest, they’d be shocked to the marrow to hear you speak this way about Ghanaians"


"You lot need to stop making Africa a victim of your incredibly dumb agenda"


"Here you are, Jessie Funk. I knew I’d find you.

Those lies you spewed about Ghana made you look less intelligent. That we hate the Mormons? Madam, are you okay?

No one resents your temple"


"The area your temple (the church of Latter Day Saints) stands in Accra (Ridge) is one of the richest, most peaceful and pristine neighbourhoods"


"I’ll forgive your imbecilic comments about the poverty stricken and hungry people you claim you saw around that temple and assume you just wanted to appear relevant. You looked pathetic instead"


The Celebrated Ghanaian Journalist further reminded the American Musical Artist that just as Ghana does have poor people, there are equally same people also living in America.


"There are so many Americans who call cars, shacks, tents and boxes their homes. It’s 2023. Grow up. Have a wonderful day"


It will be recalled that Jessie Funk in an interview on an American radio station described Ghana as dirty, a country with poor roads and also poor.


Her utterances which went viral did not sit well with most Ghanaians as they took to their various social media platforms to roast her.


Jessie Funk

Jessie Funk is an American musicial artist.


She has been speaking to teens for 15 years.


As a professional singer, she has released five, award-winning, solo albums, toured to 37 states with the broadway tour of “Footloose,”


Her voice has been heard on America's Got Talent, The Biggest Loser, and ESPN.


Born and raised in Provo, the fourth largest city in Utah, America, she has shared her inspiring message and love of music with thousands of people from across the United States and even into Europe, Canada, and Africa.


She has released five solo albums, including “Dance in the Rain” – her first country CD.


It is emerging that Jessie Funk has taken to her social media page to apologise to Ghanaians over her distasteful comments.

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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith


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