A viral video circulating on the internet shows the host of SVTV using his hand to weigh a Lady's 'chest'. The lady who's name has been identified as Fati Adamu in an interview revealed how men are chasing her because of the nature of her 'chest'.
During the interview, Fati Adamu who hails from the northern part of Ghana but stays in Tema with her mother has disclosed that she drop out of school at class 3 due to financial difficulties and ventured into other businesses but it all failed. She again added she lose her womanhood to a guy who developed an interest in her and unfortunately for her, she picked a seed and became pregnant. She said her son is currently 15 years old but she's no longer together with the guy.
She continued that she's currently helping her mother who happens to be a "Waache" seller to make ends meet. According to Fati Adamu, most men deliberately come to buy her mother's "waache" just to have a look at her chest. When she was asked about how heavy her chest was, she volunteedly held the host's hand and placed it right on it to feel how heavier it was.
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