So few days ago, Ghanaians dragged the three finalists of the 2019 Miss Ghana pageant in their savagery troll mud by labeling them as ugly who won’t even win a ‘Miss Agbogboshie’ pageant.
The issue trended for a while and it has compelled the winner, Rebecca Nana Adwoa Kwabi to react to the backlash she and her runner ups received from a section of Ghanaians over their beauty.
Miss Rebecca was of the opinion that beauty is subjective and categorically denied that she and her friends are ugly in a new interview. Sarah Odei Amoani also responded to the issue by stating that their beauty was inward and not outward as people want it to be.
However Deborah Opoku Sarfo added a funny twist to the matter when she blamed the quality of the camera used to their photos which became the fulcrum of the criticisms.
According to her, an iPhone or Samsung camera would have given a better picture than what is currently in the public and media space.
Nevertheless, she opined that, the criticisms as given them exposure as most people turn to Google about who they are.
Miss Rebecca Nana Adwoa Kwabi, a fashion student at Maureen Signature Institute emerged the winner after beating Sandra Amoani and Akosua Opoku at this year’s Miss Ghana event beauty pageant held Kempinski Hotel on July 6,
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