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In recent times, we are witnesses to how musicians now promote their music. What they do is they set up a challenge in the name of giving prestigious awards to winners of such challenges on social media. These have therefore made some ladies go all out in order to emerge winners and win some token or cash.
Earlier today, TheProgrammeNews chanced on a video on social media where a lady showed her "goodies' to the world while twerking to a music. The video she posted was captioned "bumbum challenge". Bumbum is a song by one musician in Ghana called Kwaw Kesse.
When this video hit the internet, there have been a lot of reactions from people. According to many, the lady has won the challenge and therefore has to be given her prize for such a wonderful twerk whiles others expressed their disappointment.
The question we are asking is, Is it good to show your "vjay" to the world just because you want to win some cash? Are there not a better and proper way to do it?
Let us know what you think in the comment section.
Watch the video here https://www.instagram.com/reel/CRR0RbTJTH9/?utm_medium=copy_link
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