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“She was mocked and ridiculed for living with her mum” Touching story of Jackie Appiah’s ‘grass to grace life’ as her first house is unveiled

Jackie Appiah's first house

Ghanaian actress, Jackie Appiah’s first house has been unveiled to the world.

The Ghanaian actress has left many in awe over her business mindset and grass to grace story.

Sharing photo if her house, Cutie Julls revealed how the actress was mocked and ridiculed for staying with her mum.

According to Cutie Julls, when Jackie built her first house, she lived in it for one year, moved back to her mother’s house and started renting the house.

Jackie Appiah's first house

The rents which she made from the property went into acquiring other properties of which she paid in installments.

Her decision to live with her mother made by a subject of mockery from her colleagues who laughed at her for living with her mother despite her status.

However, she was able to rise above it and used the rent from her first house to build her empire.

Kemi Filani news recalls Jackie Appiah had won the admiration of many as her multi million naira house was unveiled.

The actress who keeps a low profile and doesn’t flaunt her lavish lifestyle left many in awe of her as Luchy Donalds showed off her home.

Luchy Donalds who was in Ghana paid a visit to Jackie Appiah’s plush mansion in Trassaco and was left speechless with the actress’s exquisite lifestyle.

Every piece of furniture in her house screamed opulence. The actress had a rack full of expensive perfume, a room dedicated to her shoes, clothes, bags and other accessories.

To add to it, the toilet seats in her house are electrical and every furniture were imported from Italy.

This has left many impressed and praising the actress for remaining down to earth and private despite her wealth.

Blogger, Cutie Julls further revealed more details about the actress’s multi million dollar mansion.

Jackie Appiah's first house
Jackie Appiah's first house
3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Ohotu truthfulness

    July 11, 2022 at 9:57 pm

    Nice

  2. Naa

    July 12, 2022 at 10:17 am

    It’s sad that importing furniture clothing….everything from the colonisers are celebrated. I’ have much more respect for people that support their own!!!!

  3. Ruth Yvonne

    July 12, 2022 at 9:24 pm

    Please only help I need

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