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CELESTINE DONKOR THREATENS TO SUE SHOWBIZ CRITIC, SALLY MANN OVER DEFAMATION

Sally Mann, a contentious entertainment analyst, seems to have gotten herself into trouble after comments she made about award-winning gospel performer Celestine Donkor on Power FM.

Sally called Celestine Donkor a big hypocrite on the entertainment program on Power FM.

When the presenter questioned Sally as to why she would use such a phrase to characterize the gifted musician, Sally replied that it was because she had come to the conclusion that Celestine didn’t have good intentions for her colleague, Empress Gifty.

Sally emphasized that the “Agbebolo” singer neglected to physically assist Empress Gifty by skipping the funeral of her grandmother and sister on October 15 in Takoradi, but she was eager to post pictures from the burial ceremony in exchange for likes on her social media accounts.

“Celestine Donkor is a hypocrite. Let me explain her hypocritic act and if it isn’t hypocrisy, I will withdraw it. Did you realize that Celestine Donkor posted photos of Empress Gifty’s grandmother and sister’s funeral on her Facebook page? So why did she post? It is a personal question I am asking her. Her attitude towards Empress is bad; she was invited to the funeral,” said Sally.

The CEO of Dynamics Unlimited, who also serves as Celestine Donkor’s manager, has revealed preparations to legally sue entertainment commentator Sally Mann for defaming his talent in response to these statements made by Sally.

Read the full statement below:

REQUEST TO DISSOCIATE YOURSELF FROM THE DEFAMATION COMMENT BY SALLY MANN

I write on behalf [of] Dynamics Unlimited Inc (managers of Celestine Donkor) with regards to a viral video on social media in which a certain Sally Mann (also known as Sally Frimpong) made defamatory comments about our artiste on your platform(s). We are by this letter requesting that your institution dissociate itself from the said comment within twenty-four hours of receipt of this letter, your failure to do this leaves us with no option than to instruct our lawyers to seek redress at a court of competent jurisdiction. Thank You.

 

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