The things some people use to get fame nowadays can be surprising, funny, as well as confusing. There are a lot of people who were not known that much but due to one or two trends, they have become very popular. There a lot of people who have become popular because of how viral their photos or videos went on social media and beyond. Some people's rise to fame can be through music, curvaceous bodies, heavily endowed backside, heavily chested, hot photos, among several others.
If Ghanaians can recall, there was once a lady whose huge melons really made her popular. She was known to be the most heavily chested lady in the country. I am talking of no other person than Pamela Odame. Pamela Odame really trended time after time following her big "boobs". Do you know Pamela Odame has been "overthrown"? Oh yes. There is this new lady who is the "queen of heavily endowed chest". She is in the person of Busty Gh. Busty Gh, whose real name is Joyce Addo, is a Ghanaian beautician who has trended for some time now following her very big melons. When you take some looks at her pictures, you would know that she is really heavily chested.
Some pictures of Busty GH are below;
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