Shatana Slams McBrown, Gifty Adorye And Others For Undergoing Liposuction

Ranaya Pappoe, a Ghanaian singer and activist who is known as Shatana in the entertainment industry, has shot figurative missiles at several celebrities who have undergone various physical improvement surgeries, with liposuction being a favourite choice.

Shatana objected that the decision of the celebrities who underwent liposuction is unacceptable and must be criticized by right thinking people of society in an interview on TV Africa.

Nana McBrown and Gifty Adorye were singled out for criticism by Shatana, who has gained widespread praise for supporting positive and natural body image.

According to her, the behavior of these entertainment figures offends Ghanaian cultural ethics and standards and must be denounced.

She expressed worry about the potentially dangerous nature of liposuction and argued that McBrown and her ilk are not setting a positive example for young people.

She urged Ghanaian youngsters to seek natural methods to change their body shapes rather than to follow their example.

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“Gifty Adorye and Nana McBrown joined the liposuction business that Moesha began. They don’t want us to discuss it because it’s like a lengthy roll call since they are celebrities. Why won’t they let us discuss it?

“I respect the elderly but the liposuction is bad and their actions are instigating the young ones to follow that path. People died in Nigeria. In Ghana, we know the story of the woman who died at Obengfo so what are they teaching the youth”, she retorted.

“What moral lessons are they teaching the youth. Per the definition of celebrities, none of them fits that description, by living that fake kind of life. Smoking and drinking and influencing the youth badly. It is evil,” she said.

Shatana has been commended widely for her conscious type of music which centres on peace, unity and women empowerment.

Stephen Gidimajor, also known as Air Commander and a well-known presenter, has named Shatana the Queen of Conscious Music in Ghana.

Speaking on his drive-time show on Ghana Broadcasting Corporation’s Twin City Radio in Takoradi, Air Commander described Shatana’s music as being distinctive and carrying knowledge mixed with real melodies, therefore she was deserving of the title of queen of conscious music in Ghana.

Shatana’s music goes beyond being merely enjoyable to serving as a means for many Ghanaian societies to face harsh realities of life and conquer various difficulties encountered in the nation.

Throughout Shatana’s career, her positive and uplifting attitude toward life is reflected in her music and message.

In addition to Shatana’s involvement in music, she has also used her platform as a powerful voice to empower women and create the much needed change.

Shatana is steadily establishing herself as a household name and a pioneer of conscious music in Ghana as a result of her efforts. Her music serves as a lighthouse, enlightening attitudes and encouraging young people to take action and overcome their obstacles.

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