VIDEO: Eshun Drags Her Former Manager And Ex-fiancé, Stephen Mensah To Police Headquarters For Seizing Her Verified IG Account


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Musician Eshun has dragged her former Manager and fiancé, Stephen Mensah to the Ghana Police Headquarters over the seizure of her verified Instagram account after their relationship break up.

According to Eshun in an exclusive interview with Zionfelix, she has officially reported Stephen Mensah to the Ghana Police Department of Cybercrime and waiting for their feedback.

Eshun during the interview revealed that the Instagram account was created by them with her details so she sees no reason why Stephen Mensah seized the account and posting music videos of his new artist on there.

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In a swift response to Eshun’s claims, Stephen Mensah revealed in an interview on Happy 98.9 FM that he spent $200 each month in building her Instagram account so if she is so much interested in getting the account back then she should pay for it.

“When I met eShun in 2015, I had to create an account I could handle for her. I did all the work, branded the page and invested $200 per month on her Instagram account alone,” Stephen disclosed.

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He added that, “I gave her access to the instagram page I created to manage her. Upon her request, I also demanded she paid something so I could use to defray some cost I incurred managing her but things didn’t go well”.

On the total amount of money he has spent on building Eshun’s career since 2015, Stephen Mensah revealed that he has spent a whopping Ghc500,000.

“We met with the GHAMRO legal team. At the meeting they wanted to know how much I had invested in her career and eShun herself acknowledged it was in excess of GHC500,000”, he said.

Watch the short interview below…