- Popular Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, has flaunted her wealth on social media in a new video
- The actress was spotted showing off her huge lovely mansion filled with some expensive automobiles
- Juliet is known for sharing her life on social media for all to see and her fans have reacted to the new video she shared
Actress and brand influencer, Juliet Ibrahim, has put her huge mansion on display in a new video she shared on social media to prove she is very rich.
In the video sighted by Legit.ng on Instagram, the pretty Ghanaian actress was seen catwalking in a huge edifice believed to be hers.
The actress was wearing a black jumpsuit and complimented her outfit with a beautiful yellow blazer.
She sported a pair of sunglasses and also had on some other accessories to compliment her beauty.
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Parked in the magnificent edifice were a number of expensive cars believed to be owned by the actress.
After posting the video, Juliet Ibrahim captioned it:
"Built not Bought. Hustle not Handed. Earned not given. Blessed not Cursed."
Fans react to the video
Lovers of the pretty actress took to the comment section to shower her with sweet words and to also praise her.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments, read below:
"lots of love"
"Hmmn hmmn opor o"
"You are just too gorgeous"
"Love your outfit"
"Nice one lady J.."
"You’re a queen by all standards"
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