“Lazy people” – Keche’s Wife, Joana Gyan Descends On Critics Calling Her A Scammer | This is What She Said

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CEO of Golden Empire Legacy and wife of Keche Andrew, Joana Gyan finally claps back at her trolls envying her success after she revealed she earns $700M yearly.

Chief executive officer of Golden Empire Legacy and owner of other 14 businesses, Joana Gyan has for the past few days trended online after she shared her struggles and success story with the world.

On 10th April, Joana Gyan was the guest on Delay’s Show and a statement she made about her annual income got many tongues wagging online.

Speaking to Delay on the latest episode of Delay Show, Joana Gyan revealed that she makes $65m monthly and $700m annually from gold export.

According to her, she has about over 50 machines that she uses in mining of her gold.

Joana Gyan revealed that before she started her gold business she had only GHC7,000 as a seed capital, click here to watch her full interview with Delay.

After she revealed the above information and more about herself, she was criticized as a scammer with some referring her as the “second coming of NAM1”.

Again, from the amount she stated that she earns yearly, some football enthusiasts came out to reveal that she can’t be earning more than some renowned footballers so she is just telling lies.

Joana Gyan has finally heard the critics her fellow women and men have been saying behind her and has reacted.

Joana Gyan advised people (her critics) to work for their own money instead of envying someone and tagged them as lazy.

Work for your own money and stop the envy lazy people

Joana Gyan wrote.

Since she is in the industry and knowing very well that criticism is part of their daily works, she advised that anyone who’s facing same challenges she’s currently receiving should not waste their time to respond to any bad energy that comes their way.

She wrote:

Critics are always going to be there. Don’t waste your time trying to convince the wrong people, just keep running your race. From: The Impact Table