A new video that has been released by Nasty Blaq is making waves on social media as two iconic Ghanaians were spotted in controversial footage in a questionable position.
The storyline was that Sefa was cheating on Nasty Blaq with Van Vicker. The two had even gone to the far extent of having "freaky bedroom encounters" however successfully avoided getting caught through Van Vicker faking being a counselor.
For your information some months ago there were heavy rumors that Sefa was having an intimate affair with her boss D-Black. However, she refuted those rumors by stating that D-Black wasn't her spec. So finding her with Van Vicker right now indicates that her type of man is those with Van Vicker's features and maybe level of success.
On the other hand, Van Vicker is also happily married to Adjoa Vicker and they have 3 beautiful children. It has been a while since Van has been on the big screen and he might be using skits as a tactic to get back into the movie industry to play those "bad boy" roles he used to before the movie industry went downhill.
Nasty Blaq, who has built a prominent reputation through skits has been in Ghana for some time and is shooting lots of skits with lots of Ghanaian content creators and celebrities including Made in Ghana, Fella McKafui, and the likes.
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