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Efia Odo Deactivates Twitter Account Over Hudson Odoi Trolls (SCREENSHOTS)

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Efya Odo Deactivates Twitter Account Over This Screenshot

Ghanaian actress and video vixen Efia Odo has deactivated her Twitter account after she was trolled for being a slay queen.

Netizens on social media trolled Efia Odo for being a slay queen who chases after Ghanaian international stars.

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Efia Odo Deactivates Twitter Account Over This Screenshot

Netizens trolled her of being a ‘self-put’ and now that Chelsea star Hudson Odoi is in Ghana, she is likely to go chasing him.

“Aww boys dey Efia Odo ein top yedee gbeke saaFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joyshe has deactivated owFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joywe no dey park for twitter high streets.”, a Twitter use notably shared.

An irate Efia Odo who did not find the troll funny deactivate her account after tweeting this:

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“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 f&s. Im here putting my life at risk for a better Ghan and all yall do is attack me and make me feel like crap! SMH y’all won….”

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