I’m Forced To Open Keys And Shake Tables On Friday – Mona Gucci Threatens To Expose McBrown, Afia Schwar And Co

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The host of Link Up show aired on Kantanka TV, Mona Gucci has threatened to shake some serious table after social media users mocked her when she revealed that she is an immigration lawyer.

In the studios of UTV with Nana Ama McBrown, Mona stated categorically that she studied immigration law at the Massachusetts School of Law, where she graduated.

Mona’s revelation about her profession got many netizens shocked and talking because a lot of people are finding it difficult to believe her.

Reacting to the mockery, Mona Gucci has threatened to shake some serious table on her show on Friday inside Kantanka TV.

She wrote;

What baffled me on the United Showbiz yesterday…was they forgot who they were tryna conspire. Mona Gucci? How can y’all stoop this low….? Now am forced to open keys n shake tables on link up show on Friday–Sorry

Mona Gucci Threatens To Expose McBrown, Afia Schwar Aand Co
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