Stop! We are trying to put Ghana on the map – Jackline Mensah slams ‘fake news’

Stop! We are trying to put Ghana on the map - Jackline Mensah slams 'fake news'
Jackline Menah

TikTok star Jackline Mensah has responded to news claiming she said she would not date a guy who uses trotro (public bus). She called the reportage fake news target to drown her reputation.

Jackling Mensah rose to fame during Tik Tok’s rise during the COVID pandemic. She has become a permanent figure on the app, entertaining her audience whilst earning a sustainable income.

She responded with a video saying, “It’s almost 3 am in the morning, and I haven’t slept. The main reason is that there’s fake news circulating that I said I wouldn’t date who uses public transport. Fine. Let’s even say I said that, what can you do about it? Nothing, because it’s my opinion.”

She pointed out that the reason for the malicious lies was to post engagement on blogs and Twitter handles/.

“If you will quote me, quote me right. Why would you go around making fake headlines so people would come on your page and engage, throw shades and insult me? So picking on somebody who is relevant to society. Somebody who is trying to make it to the top, you just want to use a day to bring that person down. God is watching you all.

“Let me tell you something, you are not God. You didn’t make me. God knew the plans he had for me. That is why I’m where I’m today.”

Jackline Mensah also challenged those who want to belittle her profession to join if they think it’s easy to attain her professionalism.

If it’s just Tik Tok star keke, do it and let’s see. You wish I was your sister. You even wish you were from my family. So do it, and let’s see. We are trying to put Ghana on the map. I don’t even know you all. You are so full of pain and hatred,” she concluded.


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