Jomoro MP lauds daughter for featuring in ‘Young, Famous and African’ reality show by Netflix

Manager and mother of Ghanaian female rapper, Fantana, has hailed her daughter for landing a role as the latest cast member for Netflix’s Young, Famous & African Season 2.

Fans of Fantana are buzzing with excitement after it was announced that she was the latest cast member for Netflix’s Young, Famous & African Season 2.

Announcing the news of an impending season, the streaming service said the show’s launch was scheduled for May 19, 2023

“Bring the champaaaagne darling, there’s some new faces to toast to! Season 2 of Young, Famous & African is coming to your screens on 19 May, exclusively on Netflix. #YoungFamousAfrican, the show posted on Twitter.

Reacting to the news, the mother who is also the Member of Parliament for Jomoro Constituency in the Western Region, Dorcas Affo-Toffey expressed excitement about the role.

She posted on facebook: “I am so ecstatic to see my daughter Fantana live her dreams. Proud is an understatement! There is nothing you cannot do, never stop dreaming and believing what you can achieve. God has been good.

Catch my daughter as she represents Ghana on Season 2 of Young, Famous & African. Coming soon, May 19th”.

Born Francine Kouffie, Fantana burst onto the music scene in 2018 with her debut single, “So What,” which gained massive airplay and cemented her status as one of Ghana’s rising stars.

The daughter of Ghanaian legislator, Dorcas Affo-Toffey followed up with other hit songs such as “Girls Hate On Girls” and “Rich Gyal Anthem,” but her raunchy photos and rumours of body enhancement that has kept her on the lips of netizens to date.


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