22 February 2013

Ghana: I'm Hotter Than Kim Kardashian' - Juliet Ibrahim

Photo: Juliet Ibrahim
Juliet Ibrahim

A serious war has just started between international star Kim Kardashian and our own Ghollywood star Juliet Ibrahim, with the Ghanaian referring to herself as hotter and better than Kim.

The Ghanaian actress said why would Darey Art-Alade pay so much money and fly Kim Kardashian down to Nigeria just for a 45 seconds intro' on his Love Like a Movie Concert.

"Ok here's my 2cents! Been reading comments about Darey's concert and to be honest I don't see why he will pay so much money and fly Kim k down to Naija just for a 45sec intro on his show, like seriously!

"Bro, you could have flown me from Ghana and I would have represented well! What did Kim K do for the 45 secs? She stood and told a senseless story, I could have stood and told a sensible story about Ghana on a Nigerian stage! ', she wrote.

She also went on to say that African show promoters should shun foreign entertainers and focus on working with more African talents.

"No hard feeling but it's about time we start appreciating our very own African talents than paying all these foreigners so much for 45seconds performances. Check me out, way hotter than some of them peeps una dey pay big bucks for nothing better.

The fact is and will always remain I, Juliet Ibrahim, is 100 times hotter, prettier than Kim K! I have every right to say so because, I am an African woman without any surgeries and natural beauty is what I brag of. If this is offending you pls kindly walk without your faulty specs and bang your head into a wall.

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