A lady has been recorded behaving strangely on camera. From the onset of the video, people thought that she was just drinking and twerking but she started to do some actions and this suggested to some people that she was probably drunk.
This lady was seriously and crazily winding her waist haphazardly. She was also talking but because of the music being played in the background, you cannot hear her clearly. At some point in time, she threw the drink somewhere and take a bucket of water and pour it upon herself.
She then continued with her crazy twerking. In the process of twerking, she acrobatically stretched her legs on the ground. But in doing that she fell to the ground and raised her legs. You could clearly see her pants after doing this on camera.
Some Ghanaians after coming across this video said that there must something wrong with her. She might be going through some emotional pain, a broken heart or a challenge. Her crazy twerking and display in the video is not just about the alcoholic drink in her hand but an internal pain or stress.
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