Ghanaian actress of Lebanese decent, Juliet Ibrahim who was spotted showing off her chunky shopping bags from the ‘H&M’ store in a photo post on Instagram was attacked by a fan with the profile name: ‘wabenze ‘.
Wabenze who felt Juliet Ibrahim’s shopping at the H&M store was beneath her wrote: “Damn, those H&M’s bags are too basic for ya Status”. The Ghanaian star/socialite responded: “@wabenze at least i cut my coat according to my size…”.
We are all aware of how celebrities show off their shopping bags from high-end designer stores this days and Juliet Ibrahim has proudly made it known that she is humble enough to show off whatever she’s got. Looking at it from her own view point, we can all agree that the ace actress is not like her vain counterparts in the industry.
Ibrahim who is often referred to as the “fresh face” of Ghallywood (a nickname for Ghana’s movie industry), made her film debut in Crime to Christ in 2007 co-starring Majid Michel.