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2020 has tested my mental health – Juliet Ibrahim

Having often been the subject of social media trolls for her failed relationships, actress Juliet Ibrahim says 2020 has tested her mental health.

Juliet is one of the few celebrities who are often picked on social media.

Misfortunes of Ghanaian celebrities are often juicy fodder for social media bullies.

The actress got married in 2010 to Kwadwo Safo Jnr, the CEO of the Kantanka Group of Companies.

But the marriage lasted for four years.

“You say I should go back to my ex-husband and stop waiting for Mr. Right, even after all I went through with him, and how he’s moved on with the lady he impregnated while we were married?” angry Juliet responded to a fan who asked her to return to her ex-husband.

It is a comment that suggested that her marriage ended because of infidelity.

In 2018, the actress announced her relationship with Nigerian rapper, Iceberg Slim live on radio.

Their relationship was a perfect description of a match made in heaven as they wore matching outfits and tattoos.

The two flaunted each other on social media.

But it lasted for only a few months. The relationship hit the rocks and the actress became the subject of trolls again.

She and the rapper unfollowed deleted pictures of each other on social media.

A few weeks ago, the actress shared a picture of herself and a Nigeria television presenter, VJ Adams, sparking another wave speculation that the two were seeing each other.

 

Having to deal with coronavirus and its accompanying restrictions, the effect it has had on the movie industry and social media trolls the actress  said 2020 has tested her mental health

“My mental health was tested this year like no other…” she wrote on Instagram.

 

 

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In 2019, Juliet launched a book that chronicles her journey as a refugee on the run to her fame as one of West Africa’s most popular actresses.

From Liberia to Lebanon, Ivory Coast to Ghana, Juliet Ibrahim survives the upheaval of war across countries, being torn away from the familiar and losing memories.

In A Toast to Life, Juliet is a child with body-esteem issues, a teenager dealing with abuse in silence, a young woman making mistakes in love and an adult finding cause to celebrate life.

 

 

 

 

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