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Video Of Slay Queen, Being ‘chopped’ In A Swimming Pool Goes Viral.

By The_Boy | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 20 views

A video of mainstream Facebook Slay Queen, Ama Coke being chopped in a pool at a party has surfaced via web-based media and quick circulating around the web on all the media stages.

In the video, Ama Coke was with a man in a pool and in spite of the few individuals assembled, they shook it.

Ama Coke was stuck to the pool divider as the man rams into her as his life relied upon it.

From what our source has acquired notwithstanding some extremely insane photographs, the two met at a social affair held at Afrikiko in Akosombo.

Watch the video:


Social media has been one of the main medium where information really travels fast and goes far. People are advice to be cautious about what they do in public because someone can capture the unusual thing you do and by the time you realise it's floating on the internet.

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