Efia Odo says her mother, Madam Adombi Serwah was only being funny in their recent video that showed her mother asking her to look for a rich man to drain his money.
A recent video of Efia Odo after she visited her mother in United States went viral after she was asked to stop bringing her chump change considering years of her claiming to be a super star in Ghana.
Efia Odo shared a video of herself and her mother in United States. In the video, she gave her mother only $240 but it looked not enough to her mother after she thought her daughter was making huge amount of money from her popularity in Ghana.
Adombi Serwas was ‘pissed off’ especially when she had to leave everything she was doing to meet her daughter only for her to give her a chump change.
Funnily, madam Adombi Serwah told her daughter to look for a “Papa No” so that the next time she visits her she can be given $1000 and more.
The video was received wrongly among most Ghanaian social media users to the extent that they tagged her mother as a bad mother for supporting prostitution.
Efia Odo after receiving bashes from Ghanains concerning her mother’s jovial comment has taken time to explain that her mother was just funnily expressing a comment using trends that had passed concerning Tracey Boakye and Mzbel’s ‘Papa No’ saga.
According to Efia Odo, Ghanaians take funny things personal due to the fact that Ghanaians are over-religious.
Efia Odo on Twitter wrote:
My mother was joking. It’s so fucking sad that y’all turned this funny jovial video into something negative. Something funny and comedic and y’all turn it around to some nasty shit. My mother would never promote prostitution! She’s a hard worker and an amazing mother!