Death, I am ready - Efia Odo says after exposé that she slept with Shatta Wale and Junior US (Photo)

Death, I am ready - Efia Odo says after exposé that she slept with Shatta Wale and Junior US (Photo)

- Ghanaian actress Efia Odo has expressed the desire to die

- This was after she was accused of reportedly sleeping with Shatta Wale and his dead friend Junior US

- Junior was said to have paid Efia and slept with her

Legit.ng has sighted a worrying post of Ghanaian actress Efia Odo talking about death. In a Snapchat post she made, the young actress and TV presenter said she was ready to die. She wrote: “Dear death, I am ready.”

From her post, it could be said that Efia is indeed traumatised and depressed. Her sad post comes after she was exposed of reportedly sleeping with Shatta Wale’s late friend, Junior US.

According to the reports, the deceased paid Efia some good dollars after sleeping with her.

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The revelations were made by Shatta Wale himself in a live video on social media.

She denied the report as earlier published by YEN.com.gh, and even rained insults on other media house which published it too.

Death, I am ready - Efia Odo says after exposé that she slept with Shatta Wale and Junior US (Photo)

Efia Odo's post about wanting to die. Photo credit: YEN.com.gh.

However, Archipalago, a social media commentator and a close friend of Shatta Wale and Junior US, confirmed the affairs.

According to him, Junior confided in him that he paid Efia Odo and slept with her.

Shortly, after her affair with Junior US, Efia also slept with Shatta Wale, and a video of them doing their own thing in bed had previously gone viral.

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Meanwhile, talented act Shatta Wale, took to popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, with a post in which he strongly berated video directors in the Ghana music industry.

The music act frowned at how many of them had resorted to copying the creative efforts of their Nigerian counterparts. Wale charged them to get more creative, and explore the rich story abound in their country, when rendering visual interpretations to songs.

Concluding his post, he added that Ghanaians were too lazy in creating.

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