I should be in Ghana by July – Hajia4Real hopeful of return to Ghana amid U.S federal crime charges


Ghanaian influencer and musician, Mona Faiz Montrage,  who is currently facing charges related to wire fraud, money laundering, and receipt of stolen money, has revealed that she may be returning to Ghana by July of this year.

During an Instagram live session on her birthday, Hajia4Reall, as she is popularly known, discussed her plans for the future with her publicist GH Hyper.

In the live chat, GH Hyper expressed his disappointment that Hajia4Reall was not present to grace the red carpet at the VGMA (Vodafone Ghana Music Awards).

“I was pained you were not around to grace the VGMA red carpet,” he shared

While responding to the blogger, Hajia4Reall shared that whatever happens is good and that whatever God does is good.

According, to the ‘Badder Than’ singer, she’s optimistic about the future and is of the firm belief that as long as there is life, anything is possible.

“Whatever happens is good. Whatever God does is good. Once there is life, there is hope,” she added.

Hajia4Reall after questioning when GH Hyper would come to the U.S. also mentioned the possibility of being back in Ghana by July, a statement that has shocked fans.

“When are you coming to America? July? Maybe by that time, I should be in Ghana you know. With God, everything is possible. Nothing is impossible,” she disclosed.

GH Hyper also suggested in the chat that Hajia4Reall should be in Ghana by July for the opening of his lounge, as she was designated guest of honour for the event.

“You should be in Ghana by then for the opening of my lounge. You are the one opening it, I told you,” he said.

Hajia4Reall acknowledged the idea, once again affirming her faith in God’s ability to make things happen.


Mona Faiz Montage, widely known as Hajia4Reall, was extradited from the United Kingdom to the United States over her alleged involvement in a $2 million romance scam targeting older, single Americans.

The 30-year-old musician and businesswoman appeared in Manhattan federal court on May 15 to face charges related to her alleged participation in a series of romance schemes.

The news of Hajia4Reall’s indictment quickly spread across social media, generating significant attention and becoming a top trending topic on Twitter.

Hajia4Reall has pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against her and has reportedly been released on home detention to her aunt’s residence in New Jersey, under a $500,000 bond.

As part of her release conditions, she is required to wear a GPS ankle monitor to enable tracking. Her lawyer and the prosecutor’s office have confirmed these details.

Given Hajia4Reall’s popularity as an influencer on social media platforms, her indictment case has attracted significant attention.

Her millions of followers on Instagram have been closely following the developments in the case, awaiting further updates.

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