A beautiful lady has shaked the social media after she posted a video of herself shaking her huge backsides to challenge Hajia Bintu. Many ladies have been seen in a lot of videos shaking their backsides to entertain their followers and this girl is of no exception. The girl is believed to be a Kumasi based Senior High School student who normally post videos on her page to entertain her fans.
From the video sighted by MartinezTV saw this beautiful lady shaking her huge backsides as she dances with a Hip hop sensational rapper, Medikal's song. Everyone has a way of winning people's heart to follow him or her on the social media. After she posted this video online, the video has received a lot of reactions from the social media users.
Many people have shower praise on her for been blessed with such backsides. The big question is, can she challenge Hajia Bintu? Please share with us your view using the comment section below and don't forget to share to other people.
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