The Ghanaian artist, model, and TV moderator, Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, famously known as stage Sister Derby has been caught at a club. The well known Ghanaian VIP was seen exciting her fans with 'wild' twerking.
Really taking a look at the picture from the video below, Sister Derby's skirt was extremely short so as she starts to twerk, the skirt pulled up and some new skin under her dress was flaunting. Her skirt was additionally straightforward so you could really see her gasp in it.
There was a person remaining adjacent to her who was attempting to pull her skirt down with the goal that she doesn't uncover her properties whiles twerking. However, the artist is by all accounts in high fervor so her bowing down and twerking shows the state of her thing.
You could hear the fans behind the scenes of the music being played brightening her up. The MC was hear saying that "This is Sis Derby on the moving floor. Offer it to them, any challenger". After the twerking, she just gave a 'high five' to the MC and turned out well for her. It seems she was really called by this MC to move at the social occasion.
You can likewise watch the video through the connection underneath:
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