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After Chopping My $3600, Okyeame Kwame’s wife Should Be Prepared To Receive Me-Ayisha Modi Threatens Annica-Listen


Ayisha Modi, a comrade of artist Stonebwoy, has criticized Okyeame Kwame’s wife Annica, accusing her of wasting her  $3600. 

Ayisha Modi had engaged in a verbal altercation with Annica Nsiah-Apau about the claimed expenditure of $3600.

According to Ayisha, Annica called her many years ago when she was in the United States in order to request financial assistance from her. She stated that Okyeame Kwame’s wife had borrowed $3600 from her in order to assist her in clearing some items at the port.

Ayisha said in an audio clip that has been circulated on social media that she had borrowed Annica $3600 and that she had pledged to pay it back within three months.

She, on the other hand, refused to pay, and when she called Annica to ask for her money, the innocent-looking Annica confidently informed her that she had given her the money and that it was not a loan.

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As of now, Okyeame Kwame’s wife, Ayisha Modi, has not paid the money, according to Ayisha Modi. Then she said that if Annica or her musician husband came out and denied the allegation, she would expose all communications and receipts she had collected.

In previous statements, Ayisha Modi has claimed that someone had taken advantage of her and cut her bank account in half.

When Ayisha Modi disclosed to Delay during an interview some months ago that renowned Ghanaian singer and songwriter Obrafour took advantage of her by cutting her check, Delay was taken aback.

She said that she had spent $45,000 in Obrafour’s debut record, “Kasaebo,” but that the artist had refused to return the money she had contributed to her.

The allegation was the subject of a lawsuit filed by musician Obrafour against Ayisha Modi and Delay, although it is unclear how that case concluded.

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