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Twitter Tweeps Troll Efia Odo For Deactivating Her Account

Some scores of Twitter users have taken to their social media handles to troll social media influencer, Efia Odo for deactivating her account.

According to series of tweets followed by, Enock @Wo__GyimieNo said "EFIA ODO is the cause of all her wahala, how can you be posting half naked pictures on the internet all in the name of slaying, how do you expect people to think about you, you see someone trolling, you see someone mentioning Nana Aba name? Yes bcos she respects herself."

ANGEL TOPEDO @ThoughtPillow said "I respect Efia Odo a lot. Personally my respect for her shot up the more when she got involved in the fix the country agenda. Tagging her like she's a prost!tute wasn't the best. Those who did that didn't do well at all"

MadLipz @_sarge__ tweeted "Efia Odo Claim Nothin' Can Stop Her. Odoi Is In Town & They Single You Out Becos That's Your Area Of Specialization. You'll Come Back When Odoi Leaves Ghana"

Rainfáll Gh @UptownRainfall tweeted "Ahhh Efia Odo Paa hard girl hard Paa she couldn't hold the pressure Ghana Tweeps never cease to amaze... Woabodam koraa"

TᎾxᏞᎪ @Me_y3_toy_ruff tweeted 'Horny boys say make we no drag efia odo secof they no go get ass see again i love your tears"

It will be recalled that Ghanaian Footballer, Hudson Odoi who plies his trade with current UEFA Champions Chelsea arrived in the country few days ago.

The player was welcomed by his friend, King Promise.

However, social media users took to their handles saying the influencer will definitely by laid by the footballer.

Before deleting her account, Efia Odo tweeted "I'm strong AF but it's hurtful when y'all tag me with all these names. A footballer is in town and y'all keep saying I'm gonna be the first person he fucks. I'm here putting my life at risk for a better Ghana and all y'all do is attack me and make me feel like crap! Smh y'all won"

Her tweet has generated lots of conversations on Twitter.

Below are embed tweets:

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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