Yaa Jackson is a Ghanaian actress, singer and model, popular in the Kuma based, privately owned movie and awards industry, Kumawood.
She joined the entertainment industry at a very early age of 9 and has been active since then. With over 1.5 million followers on Instagram alone, Jackson is no doubt, one of the most successful actresses in Ghana
Yaa Jackson Profile
Parents: Mr Jackson K Bentum, Mrs Lydia Konadu Bentum
Siblings: Kwaku Nyame Bentum, Reagan Nana Akwasi Asare
Yaa Jackson Biography, Date Of Birth, Early Life, Family And Education
Yaa Jackson was born on the 18th of October, 1999 to the family of Mr Jackson K Bentum and Mrs Lydia Konadu Bentum in Kumasi, Ghana. Her father is a popular movie director and producer, popular in the Kumawood movie industry. She is the only daughter and second born of three children.
When she was around 9 years old, she starred in her second movie, ‘Me Wuo Akyi (After My Death)‘. The movie was directed by her father, Mr Jackson K Bentum.
She has so far, featured in numerous movies with other Kumawood actors like Vivian Jill, Bill Asamoah, Kwaku Manu, Maame Serwaa, Benedicta Gafah, Lilwin and Emelia Brobbey.
Asides acting, Yaa is also a successful model and singer. She has so far, garnered more than 60,000 subscribers on YouTube. Her latest music video, ‘Ginger‘ which was directed by Abdul Shaibu Jackson has so far garnered more than 160,000 views.
Yaa Jackson is currently in a relationship with Derrick Hope Acheampong. She recently celebrated her boyfriend on Instagram with the caption; ‘Happy birthday bossu I love you…You are the love of my life, and I look forward to every moment with you. Happy Birthday to you, my love. DERRICK HOPE ACHEAMPONG.‘
Yaa’s is the only daughter and second born of three children. Her brothers, Kwaku Nyame Bentum and Reagan Nana Akwasi Asare are both popular Kumawood-based actors.
She is a Christain and member of the Temple Ministry of Jesus Power.
Yaa Jackson Songs
Check out some of Yaa’s songs below:
• True Love
• You Know Chop
• Proud Slay Queen
• Tear Rubber
• Ghana Kasa
• Ehye Mu
• Ehwe Papà (ft. Fameye)
• Omo Beka (ft. Kobby Oxy)
• Mekon Ado (ft. Spicer)