A guest of a wedding ceremony has shaked the internet after he was spotted in a viral video grinding a lady's bortors at his friend's wedding. The video has shocked a lot of people on the social media because seeing a man doing this at a wedding ceremony in a Ghanaian society is quite usual to many people.
The video since it hits online has over ten thousand views on instagram and over hundred comments all because the social media users are amazed for seeing the man doing this in the public domain. But to some people is normal while others are not convinced about what the man did.
From the video the man was spotted holding the lady's bortors while the Master of Ceremony (MC) of the program was standing there watching them. Though there is nothing wrong with the video but the number of comments this video has received has really shocked a lot of people. Could we accept this to be normal or it can not be tolerated?
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