Nana Agradaa Drops A Dance Video To Tease Rev. Obofour Amid Their Current 'Beef'
The 'beef' between famous fetish priestess, Nana Agradaa and leader of the Anointed Palace Chapel International Reverend Obofour seem to have risen to another level within the last few hours.
The ongoing beef which has seen the two take to social media to throw offensive words and drop heavy jabs at each other in the last few hours, has taken a hilarious turn.
Nana Agradaa in a rather unusual manner has been sighted in a new social media video shaking her backside and dancing joyously as she jubilates because she has supposedly won the beef she was involved in.
The popular priestess, who also happens to be the owner of numerous businesses, was seen trying her best in the video to dance and tease Reverend Obofour.
In the video sighted by HOTENT, she was identified in a crop top which she wore with a matching tight shorts.
She was seen dancing to a recently released danceable tune composed by the artist "Okese 1".
You can watch the dance video as we keep our fingers crossed for a reply from Rev. Obofour.
The whole beef began after the CEO of Thunder TV took to her ‘Talking Point’ program to make some false allegations about the founder of Anointed Palace Chapel.
After the allegations she made, Rev Obofour also clapped back at the priestess, warning her to apologize else he will be forced to sleep legal actions against her.
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