Ayisha Modi, the fervent supporter of Bhim Nation, has stated her decision to quit posting nasty photos of herself online.
In an interview with actor Kwaku Manu, she stated that after being crowned queen mother for Sowutuom (Sowutuom F333 Noya Manye/Diaspora Noya Manye), she must live a respectable life and adhere to all of the chieftaincy's traditions.
The elders have informed me of some things I cannot do as a queen mother, and I must respect that. I've stopped doing interviews and going on social media live to criticize people as of right now.
“In fact, because of my new position, when I observe something amiss, I will pretend I haven't noticed it.” She stated, “Now I want my peace of mind” in Kwaku Manu's aggressive interview, which was published on YouTube, on January 25.
She said that she would use alternative methods to settle her social media disputes if she assumed the role of Queen Mother on January 29, 2023.
“Mine is a family stool. And family ties are backed by a whole lot of things, including spirits and tradition. So I won't be able to speak in public in any way. I can't fight on social media anymore. Maybe someone else will even handle my social media. If something is going on, I can only advise, not join in on the action. Moving forward, if I'm involved in a feud, I'll just consult the gods. If, in my heart, I know I haven't wronged you, I'll do whatever I have to do for you. Or, I'll summon you to the palace. I won't consult the gods to kill those who are fighting me. “But I'll rather vindicate myself,” she added.