Ghanaian lady advises African ladies after the death of Nicole Thea

Ghanaian lady advises African ladies after the death of Nicole Thea

This week became sad immediately the news about the death of Nicole Thea got into the wind. A Ghanaian lady through Instagram has come out to warn African women to stop imitating white people’s culture.

Nicole Thea, a 24-year-old lady who died with her eight-month-old pregnancy in London. Although the Youtube dancer who has turned into an influencer put up a video describing how pregnancy makes her feel she’s going to die. The family is yet to come out with the real cause of death as they all still emotional.

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This Ghanaian lady affirms that Africans should know that people still practise the use of voodoo and people should be careful of what they put out there. The white does all these and do not have to worry about anything but in Africa, it is totally different. She wants African women to stop imitating the whites culture and focus on their culture.

Kemi Olunloyo has also come out to say she knows what caused the death of Nicole Thea.

According to Kemi Olunloyo, the practice of voodoo still happens in Africa and celebrities do it a lot. Kemi Olunloyo was not really clear but it is assumed she meant, Nicole Thea was killed with the voodoo charms(JuJu).

The controversial journalist said;

it’s against this background that she wants celebrities to cease that practice as juju abounds in the part of the world we come from who prey on these women and their babies, just as it happened to Nichole.“This is where I come in but you now see why Investigative Journalism with no funding ends. I know how she died. It will come out later from them,”

The trend of pregnant ladies putting up their baby bump photos on the internet has grown over the years as social media keeps evolving. Simi the musical artiste made a new challenge over her new single titled ‘Duduke’ and ladies pregnant or not displayed various forms of a baby bump.

Apparently, the showcasing of pregnancy should not be a problem for anyone anywhere whether African or not.

I think pregnancy is a joyous and memorable time and showcasing it shouldn’t be a problem for anyone.

To all expectant mothers out there, i pray you deliver with ease and without complications.

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