According to him, Efia Odo always shows too much skin and that’s why she was not getting brand endorsements.
On Tuesday, August 2,5 Efia Odo lamented poor leadership in the country which had left Ghanaian celebrities worse off in her view.
In a post on Twitter, she claimed that someone who worked at McDonalds in the United States earned more than most Ghanaian celebs adding that fame in Ghana did not translate into money.
Somebody working in McDonalds in America makes more money than most of us celebs in Ghana. Ghana fame brings no money! All this fame and Artists are struggling. The people in position all need to be fired and new age minded people need to be hired. We need a reset button !
— efiaodo (@efiaodo1) August 25, 2020
However, in a response on Instagram on Thursday, August 27, DKB asked Efia Odo to speak about the situation on an individual basis and not make it a general problem.
He wrote that she was disrespecting the creative arts sector with her statement and asked her to stop exposing her body if she wants to make money.
“When you are continuously removing pants and showing nipples like a Pono audition, which company will take you serious?
“Don’t say us when it’s just you, shut up and suffer your misery instead of disrespecting the creative arts field, some of us have made a living out of it and created jobs for others through it,” he wrote.
Meanwhile, Efia Odo has fired back saying DKB had been angry at her since she refused to introduce him to Ghanaian-American actor/comedian Michael Blackson and was always throwing shots at her.
DKB is really upset with me cuz he asked me for Michael Blacksons number and I said no. Small ahonsh I no make you do so every day you wan attack. ???????? his gf go say, it Dey pain themmmm ????????????. Niggas act more like bitches these days
— efiaodo (@efiaodo1) August 27, 2020
Suffice it to say that this is not the end of this war of words and we can expect more.