People are scratching their heads in bewilderment when budding singer iOna Reine purposefully accentuated her large toto in a new video disguised as exercise.
While jamming to Kaakie's 'Obolo' song while going live on Facebook, the singer was observed in a gym wearing her training gear and getting ready to go through a hard exercise program to keep her body in shape.
Her smart technique of emphasizing her enormous camel toe and drawing all attention to her sexuality rather than the ostensible exercise, on the other hand, did not impress, who lambasted her for her lack of decency.Last year, iOna tried unsuccessfully to start a feud with Wendy Shay in order to promote herself by slamming Wendy Shay for referring to herself as the queen of Ghana music.
She also threatened to oust her from the position because her brand wasn't as strong as it appeared.
When the leader of Shay Gang refused to toe her line and give her the notoriety she craved, she apologized in a different post weeks later, saying her respect for her had grown.
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