Johnnie Hughes had the opportunity to interview the American based NBA baller Imani McGee Stafford. During the interview, Johnnie asked Imani if she has learnt some new dance since she came to Ghana. She replied that she has none yet.
So, Johnnie Hughes decided to represent the good people of Ghana by teaching her how to dance. In fact, the kinds of dance moves by Johnnie Hughes are nothing to write home about. He was moving his hands like he was about to fly in the air.
Meanwhile, 2.01m basketball player - Imani McGee showed Johnnie she has the height but not the dance. Because the way she was obediently following the terrible dance moves of Johnnie was just embarrassing.
Imani McGee-Stafford is an American professional basketball player for the Perth Lynx of the Women’s National Basketball league. Born October 11, 1994, she currently plays for Dallas Wings, Chicago Sky and more.
She is the daughter of Pamela McGee and Kevin Stafford.
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