Ama Tundra as she is popularly known on social media has became famous over the year due to the nature of her God gifted attractive body. The young lady who is also regarded to many people as a slay queen had been topping headlines in the Ghanaian trends especially on social media. She gained the attention of numerous fans all because of her heavy backside. She once in a while shares a video of herself shaking her 'Tundra' backside to her fans that seems to making their days so entertaining and lovely.
In a video sighted on Zionfelixdotcom, a young man who went on set with her could not resist as he was caught on camera trying hard to have a feel and touch of her mountainous backside. In the video, the young man was seriously moving around her looking so desperate to 'grind' her. As it appears very difficult for him to resist her 'Tundra'
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