Abena Korkor happens to be one of the most renowned media personalities in Ghana. Her years of diligence and persistence in the media have been duly rewarded with widespread popularity within the country and beyond. She is well known for being the former host of the ladies circle on Tv3.
From her days at the university of cape coast, Abena Korkor’s videos and photos displaying sensitive body parts have become a norm on instagram and other social media platforms. During the time she was a presenter at TV3, she was still uploading photos and videos displaying various sensitive body parts on various social media platforms. She has been fired because of those same actions and yet she hasn’t given up the habit.
Some time ago, Abena Korkor came out to mention that hundred men had gotten between her legs and she mentioned names of some popular personalities in the country; her list included the likes of Giovanni Caleb, Lexis Bill, Sammy Awuku, Criss Waddle and others.
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