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Fella Makafui Finally Meets Her Lookalike Judith Brown

Fella Makafui displayed great humility as she welcomed Judith Brown, her doppelganger, and happily posed for photos together.

Judith undeniably bears a strong resemblance to the actress, with only their hairstyles setting them apart.

A TikTok video captured the heartwarming moment when Makafui stood up to welcome Judith with open arms.

Judith, reportedly a journalist, couldn’t contain her joy as she smiled from ear to ear. Makafui even asked those around if they thought she and Judith looked alike.

The response was a resounding yes, with some even suggesting that she should consider casting Judith in one of her projects.

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In other news, Fella Makafui shared on Hitz FM about a challenging experience she faced due to false information that spread about her on social media.

The former YOLO actress mentioned that this incident took place in 2019. She emphasized that she has chosen not to allow online stories to affect her, as they do not reflect her true self and cannot shape her identity in any manner.

“So far as you don’t say it that much, it stays where it is. The bad word travels more than the truth. In 2019, I was having a meeting with my manager, and he told me about something that was happening on social media and I almost took my life.”

“If I tell you today that I don’t come out publicly, that’s it. The trolling effect had to be debunked, I don’t say so much to prove a point.

If we are talking about people who get bullied, I am one of them. The moment I say it, it’s gone, so I don’t want to mention it.”

Source – Tru News Report

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