Actress and businesswoman from Ghana, Victoria Lebene has vehemently denied cursing actor and filmmaker, Kobi Rana following their recent social media banter.
Earlier this year, Kobi Rana came under fire from Victoria Lebene for implying that her blogger husband Eugene Osafo Nkansah is not their children’s biological father.
Rana called out Eugene, also known as Nkonkonsa for not allowing any of his creative works to be published on his social media pages but being all too eager to post controversies about him.
Victoria Lebene felt offended by Rana’s attack on Nkonkonsa and his DNA claims that she is having an extramarital affair, which compelled her to respond to the comments in an effort to preserve her marriage.
She responded to those who spread false information about her on Instagram by calling for God’s wrath against him.
In a recent interview with Abeiku Santana on Atuu, Victoria Lebene responded to Kobi Rana’s ‘harsh and sensitive’ comment as she claimed that she didn’t curse the actor and filmmaker but rather prayed for him.
“Kobi Rana’s issue was a surprised to me, I didn’t curse him, I said a prayer for him,” she said.
She continued, “He is my director and I have done a couple of movies with him, so I didn’t expect such harsh and sensitive comment to come from him.”
Explaining further, she noted that she felt pained after the actor made those false claims about her for no reason. According to her, Rana shouldn’t have involved her into his beef with her husband.
She cautioned others who have issues with her husband to deal with him separately from her.
“There are different ways I also pray, after praying in silence, I come out to face them physically. I am also called of God and I hear him when he speaks to me and everything that I do ask him,” she said.
— UTV Ghana (@utvghana) October 17, 2023