Tiffany, one of the artistes billed to perform at Citi FM’s ‘Decemba 2 Rememba’ concert on December 24, has hinted that she has an early surprise for her fans and Ghanaians in general as she prepares to release her first ever gospel track. 

The Tema-based rap diva who shot to fame with her ‘Fake London Boy’ hit indicated that her decision to go into gospel music does not mean she is dropping secular music entirely but rather to show her versatility and appreciation to her Maker. 

Tiffany Owusu Hayden has been in the media lately for very controversial reasons. Her nude pictures leaked on the pages of social media site Facebook. 

The leaked pictures were apparently offloaded from her stolen blackberry phone. 

The five Nigerian suspects, all students in Ghana, are currently in police custody. 

They had earlier blackmailed Tiffany with the pictures. 

They demanded $40,000 dollars from the rap artiste. She beat it down to 15,000 but to no avail. 

Tiffany later explained that the pictures were meant for her fiancé with whom she has a son and not for the public. 

The “Last One” hit maker has however apologised to her fans, friends and family members who may have been offended by her leaked nude pictures. 

She thanked the Ghana Police Service and all who in diverse ways supported her when the incident occurred.

She would be on a number of platforms this festive season and has called on all her fans to meet up with her at the various events especially Decemba 2 Rememba at the Accra International Conference Centre on December 24.

Source:CitifmOnline

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