One cannot tell what some of these Ghanaians celebrities want from this world. The kind of dresses some of them wear and displayed on social media is too indecent for young ones to imitate. They call this fashion but this is obviously 'sexually' seductive dresses which can only promote sexual abuse, immoral society among others.
The Ghanaian actress and social media star, Andrea Owusu, popularly known as Efia Odo has today, 23rd September 2021 confused her fans with a new dress. Checking the screenshot from the video she posted on her official Instagram page, she seems to wear no pants and brasier.
The dress she was wearing was designed to look like an 'X' shape covering her thing. All her thighs are shown and with any little stretch of her legs, her private parts might be exposed to the whole public. This has been described by some Ghanaians as unprofessional from a celebrity which most Ghanaian youths look to as their role model.
You can also watch the video through the Instagram link below:
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