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Serwaa Amihere addresses leaked video and rumours

Broadcaster Serwaa Amihere has finally opened up about the scandal

Popular Ghanaian broadcaster Serwaa Amihere has finally addressed the recent rumours circulating online about purported leaked video.

In the past few days, the ace broadcaster who is known to be dishing out news has rather been the centre of the latest scandal. Serwaa Amihere had been accused of meddling with some politicians and high profile men.

Several video screenshots were released online by a mischievous account “Bombshelli Sel”. Social media went frenzy as many Ghanaians began to wonder if truly that was Serwaa in the suggestive screenshots.

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The account also insinuated that they possessed actual home-made videos of the broadcaster and high profile men caught in a suggestive manner.

Well, it took some days as many critics and well-wishers hoped for Serwaa Amihere to address the scandal. It may have been a joyride for many social media fanatics who would rather wished for such a video to exist.

Finally, the broadvaster has addressed the rumour and said video. In a public statement shared online, she said;

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“I have endured years of abuse and malicious lies. All these years, I’ve learnt not to argue with people who try to destroy the reputation of others unjustly.
Far from distracting me, they have made me stronger.
To the many who have reached out to show concern, I’m most grateful”

Written by Kingsley OB

Filmmaker and music enthusiast at GhKings.
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