Actress Victoria Lebene, has caused a stir on social media with her latest post showing her in a beach photo with a white man alleged to be her new boyfriend.

In a photo sighted by on the official Instagram handle of the actress, she was seen having fun with a white man on a beach outside the country.

She captioned the picture, “You put my name on ur chest. I miss you vanilla.” Among the two photos posted by the actress, one showed her name being written in the sand on the beach.

Some of her fans and followers who were happy about the post and sensing a new relationship, took to the comment section to express their joy and anticipated her wedding invitation.

Another fan sarcastically took a swipe at the actress’ former boyfriend, Kofi Adjorlolo with a caption of Captain Planet’s popular song, ‘Obi Agye Obi Girl’.

It is yet to be confirmed if the actress has started a relationship with the white man whose identity is yet to be ascertained.

If it happens that the two are indeed an item, it will place the actress among the ranks of Ghanaian female celebs dating foreigners.

Victoria Lebene and veteran actor, Kofi Adjorlolo, were an item some time back but the relationship eventually went south after many criticisms from a section of the general public.

Actress Victoria Lebene Mekpah was in the news recently after her relationship with veteran actor Kofi Adjorlolo went south.

The former fiancée of the actor was believed to be way younger than Kofi Adjorlolo and many people criticized the affair.

In the face of many naysayers, the couple admitted to being in love with each other.

Chief among the critics of the relationship was Counsellor George Lutterodt who criticized the young actress for going in for someone who could be his father.

He openly called her out on live radio and said the veteran actor was just using her as an “energy drink” Hit by many criticisms, the relationship was called off by Victoria’s dad who cited the age difference between the two as the major reason for his decision.

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