Ghanaian influencer and musician, Hajia4Real, also known as Mona Faiz Montrage, has surprised her fans by revealing that she may be returning to Ghana by July, despite facing legal charges related to wire fraud, money laundering, and receipt of stolen money in the United States.
During an Instagram live session on her birthday, Hajia4Real discussed her future plans with her publicist, GH Hyper. Expressing his disappointment that she couldn’t attend the VGMA (Vodafone Ghana Music Awards), GH Hyper shared his feelings about her absence from the event.
In response, Hajia4Real expressed her belief that everything happens for a reason and emphasized her trust in God’s plan. She conveyed her optimism about the future and stated that as long as there is life, anything is possible.
Hajia4Real surprised her fans when she mentioned the possibility of being back in Ghana by July. GH Hyper suggested that she should be present for the opening of his lounge, as she was designated as the guest of honor. Hajia4Real acknowledged the idea, once again highlighting her faith in God’s ability to make things happen.
Background: Hajia4Real, who gained popularity as an influencer on social media platforms, was extradited from the United Kingdom to the United States due to her alleged involvement in a $2 million romance scam targeting older, single Americans. She appeared in Manhattan federal court on charges related to her participation in romance schemes.
Hajia4Real has pleaded not guilty to the charges and has been released on home detention to her aunt’s residence in New Jersey, under a $500,000 bond. As a condition of her release, she is required to wear a GPS ankle monitor. The case has attracted significant attention, with her millions of followers on Instagram closely following the developments and awaiting updates.
Despite her legal battles, Hajia4Real’s promise to return to Ghana has given hope to her fans and followers, who eagerly await her homecoming and continue to support her through these challenging times.