Efia Odo, born Andrea Owusu, is a well-known Ghanaian actress, socialite, and celebrity. She has responded to critics of her style of dress and other things.
In a typical Ghanaian society, people, especially women, are expected to act in ways that are in line with their customs and traditions.
Parents and older people in different countries have helped shape people, mostly the young, for hundreds of years.
In the last 20 years, though, things have changed because parents themselves find it hard to get their kids to behave better.
Afia Odo has said that she doesn’t want to be influenced by society, so people who troll her on social media should stop.
“I wear what I want, and I wear it how I want. No one can tell me what I should wear. Afia Odo has said, “It’s my life; no one can tell me how to dress.”
She says that what she wears and how she acts have nothing to do with her fame or who she is.
She thinks that the fact that her social media followers keep growing and that people like what she does shows that she is on the right track.
In an interview with BRYT TV, Afia Odo said, “It doesn’t bring me down, and at the end of the day, my fan base is still growing. You guys still watch me and like me, so why should I stop living my life to please you?”