I didn’t know Kofi Adoma was married when I was pimping girls for him – Nana Yaa Brefo

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Media personality Nana Yaa Brefo has said that she was not aware her colleague Kofi Adoma was a married man when she was pimping others girls for him.

According to the media personality, the incident happened a long time ago and didn’t know it was going to affect him.

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In a Facebook live session, Nana Yaa Brefo said: “Yes it is true, I admit it. I have done it once or twice. The honest truth is that I never knew he was married and at that time, I was working with him at Adom, and I heard he was married. I never saw him wear a ring and he never spoke to me about any wife or girlfriend. So that is my answer, I wasn’t aware of his marital status,” Nana Yaa Brefo disclosed.

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Nana Yaa Brefo however stated that although she used to pimp girls to Kofi Adoma, she owe the ex-wife of Kofi Adoma, Victoria Exornam Kpodo any apology.

Speaking further, Nana Yaa Brefo refused to apologize to Kofi Adomah’s ex-wife after one of her followers described her as a hypocrite and an evil person.

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Recall that during the birthday of radio presenter Kofi Adomah, he disclosed on live radio that he was a serial womanizer, and recounted how Nana Yaa Brefo used to pimp girls to him to sleep with because she knew the type of woman he wanted.

But Nana Yaa Brefo argued that she never wrong Kofi Adomah’s first wife in any way so it’s absurd for people to force her to apologize to her.

“I will not apologise to Kofi Adoma’s ex-wife. I will not. I have not done anything to go and apologise. I don’t know her,” she said.

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“I never insulted his ex-wife anywhere. I am not bust. I don’t insult. I speak my mind. I don’t even insult politicians, talk more of insulting a fellow woman. I did not.

Nana Yaa Brefo, however, sent advice to Kofi’s ex-wife, noting, “I don’t care who you are. All I am saying is that when someone tells you it is enough, you cannot continue again, you have to let go. You can fight it, see a pastor so they talk to him.”

source: www.ghbase.com


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