If you know Jeremie, then you will surely have issues with the way she throws out that fake accent. On radio, it even gets worse.
There is a rumour that when America rapper Fabolous came to Ghana and she was interviewing him on YFM, it got dramatic and embarrassing when Fabolous could not hear anything she was saying as a result of her fake accent. By the end of the interview, Fabolous had said…Pardon me…Pardon me…like 50 times… I used the word rumour because I did not listen to that interview but knowing how Jeremie fakes it, I think I believe it.
Over the weekend on Delay’s show, Jeremie, 27, revealed that she is still a virgin as she has never had any sexual intercourse before… That is no big news since by default that is what a Ghanaian woman is supposed to do until she is married.
My issue is how she tried to justify her FAKE accent, saying it was real and flows naturally. As to where she adopted or gained that accent from, she said… “No I don’t pretend, I don’t fake it and I don’t rehearse it. When I seat behind the console, I flow naturally.”
She continued “I attended Morning Star and that was where I started school. So from the basic level, I was already speaking good English. Then I continued to Aburi Girls and then I travelled outside the country.
I went to France but I attended an international school there, Lycee George Clemenceau, so though the school was in France, our course content was in English so I was speaking English and that was where I picked it up,”
Is that accent from France? When did Morning Star School begin to impact such accent? I had several friends from Morning Star during my Adisadel College days and they all spoke like those of us who attended ‘Syto’…LOL
Come on Jeremie, what is the sense in struggling to put up any accent which your listeners detest and the people you interview can’t even understand…
You know what they call her? LAFFA chick! And was that picture not taken at the Accra Mall bathroom? Geez!