I won't clean it - Fella Makafui speaks on Medikal's name tattooed on her body

Despite their separation, which turned out to be controversial, Fella Makafui is choosing to remain calm amidst the turbulence that rocked her marital home.

Medikal, Fella Makafui strengthen their love as they get matching tattoos

The Ghanaian actress, who has tattooed her estranged husband's name on her skin, has disclosed that she has no intention of removing the tattoo even though Medikal is no longer part of her life.

She shared this information while granting an interview in Kumasi, where she is set to premiere her "Resonance" movie this weekend.

While talking about her tattoos, she mentioned that she has a 'Samuel,' which happens to be Medikal's name. When the host asked if she would remove it, she said, "It's going to be there forever. I would have removed it a long time ago. I have so much respect for Medikal."


In the video below, the continued that: "We have had good, amazing moments. We've brought up a good product, Island (the name of their daughter). Why should I take it off?"

Meanwhile, Medikal on the other hand has covered Fella Makafui's tattoo on his skin. This change occurred shortly after the 30-year-old Ghanaian rapper announced his split from the Ghanaian actress.

Medikal, who shares a child with Fella Makafui, stated that they are now divorced and solely co-parenting.

Regarding the decision to cover the Fella tattoo on his arm, Medikal explained during a conversation on 3 Music TV that it was because he didn't want his future partners to see it during intimate moments.


"This is a bit personal; I don't want my next girlfriend or wife to see my baby mama's name while we're being intimate," he remarked.

In addition to Medikal's tattoo of Fella's name, the former couple also has matching tattoos of a half-face lion that forms a complete lion face when their hands are joined. It remains uncertain whether either of them will opt to cover these tattoos


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