It's Awful People Believe Affluent Women Achieves Success Through Shady Ways - MzVee

It’s Awful People Believe Affluent Women Achieves Success Through Shady Ways – MzVee

MzVee believes that, not all affluent women makes it through dubious ways

There has been discussion on how Ghanaian affluent women often get wealthy after images of Jackie Appiah’s home’s interior went popular on social media.

After the actress’s opulent residences became viral on the internet, there have been differing views regarding the source of income of some female celebrities.

Afropop artist MzVee spoke on the subject and emphasized that there are women who are thriving through perseverance.

The musician thinks it is regrettable that some people assert that affluent women in the nation typically get their wealth through questionable means.

She told Amansan Krakye on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM, “It’s unfortunate because there are ladies that are making it through hard effort and just going through the way life is.”

Although she thinks everyone has a right to an opinion, she feels people shouldn’t jump to conclusions about things they don’t fully understand.

“So, people shouldn’t just judge quickly but at the same time at the end of the day people also have their own opinions.

“Most of the time some of these opinions are not true so I mean people should just mind their own business.”

Regarding the same subject, broadcaster Nana Aba Anamoah urged people to stop implying that any wealthy Ghanaian acquired their wealth through questionable means.

She believes that many people in the nation assume without evidence that a man’s financial success comes from supplying illegal drugs. According to Nana Aba, the majority of women in the nation also credit prostitution for their success, even though other males are also believed to profit from sakawa.

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