The world is gradually turning into something else. Ghana has gradually develops ladies that have labelled themselves as Slay Queens and they are causing confusion and stir online with their kind of seductive and provocative photos to attract men and followers to their various social media handles.
A latest Slay queen in town namely Joyce Addo popularly known as Busty Gh causes huge confusion online with her extraordinary huge melons or milkshakes in her new photos. You may have seen many heavy chested or breast celebrities in Ghana like Pamela Odame but Busty Gh has successfully dethrone everyone in the heavy chested celebrity category in Ghana.
In her recent photos she posted online has left thirsty men salivating, the naughty lady is seen shaking her water-melon sized twins while teasing men. Busty Gh made his entry into Ghanaians men mind through an interview she had with Kofi TV. Now let's check out the photos;
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