Talking of some of the most interesting and fun place to live in Africa and to in the World as a whole, Ghana is definitely one country that you can not exempt from as a lot of people tend to do so many interesting things all in the name of trend.
Mostly, it's our dear ladies who tend to be the talk of town considering numerous account on how they feature themselves in dramatic scenes. Even though most of the videos these girls drop on various social media platforms are of indecent content but definitely not all, as some also tend to be in a form of fun.
It seems social media ladies who are blessed with goodies are really enjoying the internet as their asset tends to generate massive followers for them. The goodies that am talking about is that of the huge backside and the heavy chest that is being displayed everyday on the internet and I really feel for those without these aforementioned assets.
Just when we though we have seen it all, another video hits online as two ladies decided to spice up social media with their big breast. This viral video which is circulating on Instagram captures the moment two beautiful adorable ladies is seen playing with their melons.
In a video sighted online, a lady with small breast is seen playing drums with the big melons of another lady while they sang a song to go with the best. As seen in the video, these two ladies is seen playing one of the most popular song from British-based Ghanaian musician Michael Dapaah known in the entertainment industry as Big Shaq and that song is 'Man's not hot'.
As they were seen jamming to the song, one lady standing behind the one with big melons was playing with her breast producing beat along with the song they were jamming to and it's so interesting and admirable.
Watch the video here
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