Nana Aba Anamoah, Lydia Forson And Others – Shocking List Of Celebrities allegedly Living In A Rented Apartment

Ghanaian celebrities
Written by Amenorhu Kwaku

Many Ghanaian celebrities spend lavishly to live a flashy life. What most of them care about is building an expensive brand in the minds of people whether they can afford it or not.

Over time, we have built certain expectations for our celebrities and it becomes quite shocking to believe that some of the big names still live in rented apartments after seeing them blow cash all over.

Nana Aba Anamoah

Media personality Nana Aba Anamoah reportedly lives in a rented apartment.

The General Manager of GHOne TV, Nana Aba is one person who has really suffered at the hands of trolls for allegedly renting.

There have always been rumours that Nana Aba Anamoah has not been able to mount her own house.

Recently, Bridget Otoo dragged the hell out of Nana Aba over this same renting issue during their tiff.

Lydia Forson

Ms Lydia Forson is said to also live in a rented apartment. There are underground gossips that actress Lydia Forson resides in a rented apartment.

Whilst the actress has said nothing about staying in someone’s house, she always storms her colleague actress Jackie Appiah’s Instagram page to beg for a room in her house.

We sighted her do that the second time recently.

King Promise

Ghanaian singer King Promise is the next person who has not been able to invest in his own house.

The musician still resides in a rented apartment. He recently went viral after he admitted on the Delay show that he is renting whilst rocking a $30, 000 watch plus other pricey accessories.

However, he disclosed that he is still working on getting his own house and that will blow the minds of Ghanaians.

Kisa Gbekle

Actress Kisa Gbekle also stays in a rented apartment and she spends GHC 45, 000 on rent every year.

She also blew a whopping GHC 60,000 to fix her body after undergoing BBL and tummy tuck.

After her BBL, she hit online that she was broke and needed to raise funds quickly. Perhaps, her rent was due!

We hope and pray one day they find the money they need to fix themselves their own houses.

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Amenorhu Kwaku

Amenorhu kwaku is an author, internet marketer and entrepreneur. He is the founder of SuccessValley, a network community for students and aspiring entrepreneurs