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Meet Fella Makafui’s Lovely Mom

ast-rising actress, Fella Makafui, is in the news again.
This time round not being accused of having an illegitimate affair with Zylofon Boss, Nana Appiah Mensah, but rather, for proudly flaunting her mother on social media. Fella posted a video of herself and her mother in which the two share memorable time together.
They are captured hugging, pecking, and smiling in the video, an indication that a strong bond exists between the mother and daughter. Fella Makafui captioned this video: “My Life !!! My world!!! Thank you !!! I appreciate you today and forever!! God bless you Ma ❤❤❤… #happyinternationalwomensday.” The beautiful mother is full of smiles in this video, an obvious reason being that she is proud of her daughter.

Fella Makafui is currently very popular within the entertainment industry; and also a thriving businesswoman, so definitely, her mother must be proud of her. Her fans and followers have noticed the close bond between her and the mother, and they have left some comments on the video. Magyie Porita commented: “Now I see where you got that lovely smile from.” Nayoka Oware, another fan, also wrote: “So beautiful! You look just like her @fellamakafui ��” Another fan by the user name rapid40y, also commented: “Very cute though, you have really made her feel loved. Thank you Fela.
Fella Makafui rose to fame following her “bread seller” role in the popular youth series You Only Live Once (YOLO). She has been in the news recently for some controversies. According to her former good friend, Efia Odo, Fella sleeps around with men for money to maintain her luxurious lifestyle on social media. Despite all these allegations, Fella Makafui has remained tight-lipped over the matter. Aside from being an actress and businesswoman, Fella Makafui is also a philanthropist.

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