Who say it is only Slay Queens who have huge buttocks?
Infact there are several guys in the world who got big hips than that of some ladies.
Some Slay Queens might have even been yearning for what you are about see in this article.
In this guy's case, his body shape resumbles exactly like a guy.
This picture is believed to have been captured at a pool side where this guy went to have fun with his friends.
When the picture surfaced on social media, Ghanaians begin to react in varied ways.
But don't get it wrong, this is a real guy and not a lady.
The picture was shared on social media by OMGvoice with the caption “the body that girls look for".
This has cause Ghanaians to react with some saying that “I blame Asamoah if he had scored the penalty, this won't have happened in the country".
Some of the comments also include “we must conduct a test on this guy, he might have a female hormones"
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