Just as everyone thought another set of girls were about to be evicted from the legacy edition of Ghana’s Most Beautiful season 10, the hosts Gideon Aryeequaye and Emefa decided to pull a prank.
For a moment, Kafui, Naa and Efua thought any of them could be going home after being shortlisted for eviction.
After last week’s eviction which saw Alaya, Deme and Ama getting kicked out of the house, all eyes were on who the next eviction victim would be in the Talent Show edition on Sunday, but the hosts had other ideas in what can be described as a moment of intense suspense when they decided to prank the ladies by asking the audience to vote out one contestant with a ‘Stay and Away’ slogan.
The three girls might have gone through one of the most frightening moments since the start of the competition. After a few calls of ‘Stay and Away’ from the crowd, the judges asked the ladies to walk back stage and you could just see the relief on their faces as they made their way with another week to come which may not be this favourable.
The Talent Show night produced some interesting stage scenes in what can be described as ‘GMB ladies got talent’.
Akos from the Eastern region came in as a modern day prophet and had a message for young girls involved in fornication and teachers who have relationships with their students.
Yaba from the Western region produced an amazing performance with various traditional contemporary dances which sent the crowd going wild.
VICTIM OF WAR
Naa from the Greater Accra region was a victim of war who was beaten and raped by soldiers and lost all her family and friends during the war. She called for peace in the country especially as Ghana gets ready for elections in December.
Badu from the Ashanti region may just have been sending a message to Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie with a breathtaking performance of ‘CHOICES’. She also had a poetry recital.
Efua from the Central region was a blind and homeless woman who had to be insulted and maltreated because she had to beg for money before she could eat
THE STAGE ACT
Kafui from the Volta region performed a traditional dance with a lot of flair. She gave the audience a lot to cheer about.
THE PLIGHT OF SOME GHANAIANS IN SOME REMOTE COUNTRIES
Hiba touched on how some Ghanaians are deceived and sent to foreign countries by agents with the promise of securing them jobs only to end up being maltreated and turned into sex slaves.
Some awards on the night
STAR PERFORMER: Badu
MOST ELOQUENT: Hiba
BEST BEHAVED: Yaba
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