Must Watch: Another Twerking Video Of Kwahu Ridge Girls Set The Internet Ablaze
By Kwaku_Bako | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 14 views
This world is full of wonders and surprises since youth of this generation is Gradually becoming unbecoming, children nowadays in various senior high schools don't go to these institutions to learn books and get educated but rather go there to live a mischievous kind of lifestyle.
And through this bad habit of living, they also don't have any shame for what ever they intends to do and feather went on to share or upload these bad, insane and barbaric lifestyle they live on campus to Social media or online platforms all in the name Likes, Followers and Reactions.
In the video which has been trending on social media for quit a while, a couple of female students from Kwahu Ridge SHS were seen shaking their big backsides as Shatta Wale and Davido’s songs were played at the background.
To make this a cheerful and memorable moment, these High School ladies in question were also being cheered on by their fellow colleagues as they gave all kinds of tweaking moves with their cute butts.
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