Hajia Bintu is on of the few celebrities in Ghana is admired because of her massive shape. Her massive traffic she has been pulling has won her so many deals and partnerships.
In everything good thing there is also a bad side. Because of how famous she is, people have been following her with keen eyes and watching her every single step.
Now, she is under hot fire for one accusation. Hajia Bintu has been exposed by one Instagram page that she borrows dresses from people to slay.
Comparing the photos of the other slay queen and Hajia Bintu, it is clear that the dress is exactly the same and even so is the location they shot their photos.Fans have also said that the other slay queen by name Gwen rocked the dress better than Hajia Bintu.
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