United Kingdom based Ghanaian singer and performer Stephanie Benson has slammed a male fan who quizzed whether the singer is a ‘man’ or a ‘woman’.
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Stephanie Benson, also known as Princess Akua Ohenewaa Asieanem of Kokobin is best known for her controversial personality which involves her sense for fashion and her energetic and powerful performances.
Aside her controversial personality, Stephanie Benson shocked the world and most Ghanaians on October 29th 2015 after surviving a 28 hours straight surgery after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, a disease that according to her, killed her grandmother, mother and other relatives.
Known as the ‘Queen of Jazz Music’ Stephanie was at the center of controversial later 2020 when in the cause of sending a birthday message to female Ghanaian Hiplife musician Sister Derby, jabbed the Sister Derby’s former lover Medikal and her wife Fella Makafui, describing Fella as ‘weak’.
In her new post on Twitter, Stephanie had earlier posted a video of herself dancing to her new hit song ‘Go To Girl’ and taking some of the clothing she was wearing off with the caption “When my resting place has a ceiling facing door with the lock on the other side, only then will I be forced to be still, before then, when you come for me, come correctly. #gotogirl
coming soon soo #havefuntillyourdone“
A fan who seems to question the personality of the singer took to the comment section of the post to ask whether Stephanie was a man or a woman. “This woman kraa is she a Man or what“. A second fan came under that comment to slam the first fan for his comment about the singer.
But Stephanie, who seems not happy about the comment from the first fan came under the comment section and decided to go hard on him describing the fan as someone she will let a ‘dog’ sleep with.
I’m always packing and Ready to give anyone who wants it up the a$$, but this guy di3rr if he likes it up the a$$ I’m happy to find a dog to give it to him paa. My pen!s has standards.