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Actress Yaa Jackson sets social media on fire with latest photo

Yaa Jackson

Yaa Jackson, kumawood artist who’s fast gaining grounds in the country has set social media talking with the release of her latest photos.

The young entertainer has proven to her critics that she is currently the hottest celebrity in Ghana.

OccupyGh.com’s entertainment crew has sighted a photo posted by the artist on her Instagram page, looking all glamorous.

In the photo posted by Yaa Jackson, she wore a short jeans and a silky top. She captioned the photo, “I have special talents.”

The photo has set social media ablaze as fans are really commenting about it.

@ct_khaptain.williamz not happy with Yaa’s outfit: “I like the way u started buh how ix guin now itx not gud for the youth u re humble buh dix dressing dnt please God n alwyx teach de youth gud tinx nah dix type of dressing.”

@joanitablessing also commented: “Aww Yaa, I cherish yu most buh dis is not good. Poor outfit.”
@medasisaac: “You a very nice girl.”
@kwabenawashinton: “Yaa u re soo cute.”
@nkumordzi17: “Looking hot

https://www.instagram.com/p/BvEHUmOA3Ld/

Yaa has been labeled as a ‘bad girl’ due to the kind of songs she does and the photos she has been sharing on her social media handles.

But the Kumawood actress has proven her critics wrong by venturing into gospel music.

She was also in the news when she signed a mouth-watering record deal with Magic Empire owned by Black Stars forward Richmond Boakye-Yiadom.

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