YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of Efia Odo making some wild dance moves.
Efia Odo was captured twerking and her moves could remind one of Shakira, the Spanish popstar who made worldwide headline with her popular song ‘Hips Don’t lie’.
Efia Odo reportedly shot the video in the United States where she went to visit her family together with her newly found boyfriend Revloe.
She was captured setting up the camera to record her act while the music played.
Efia Odo then held her long hair back and began twisting her waist.
Perhaps, it was just one way for her to release stress and keep herself happy.
The dance and also her demeanour could also mean she is excited over her relationship with Revloe.
Efia Odo has been in the news for some time now following her wild announcement of her new boyfriend Revloe.
Efia first shared a photo of herself with Revloe and wrote that he had given her the assurance of his heart.
She followed that post with a wild video of her chopping love with Revloe.
Efia again posted another photo of the two of them at the poolside, and fans congratulated her for finding love.
She has always flaunted Revleo on social media and some fans recently warned that if she does not take care her relationship with Revloe would hit the rock.
Interestingly, controversial television presenter, Delay, advised Efia to keep her relationship with Revloe on the quite side because flaunting him was not the best.
But Efia got angry at the advice and asked Delay to go get her own man because she has had hers.
Meanwhile, a social media user also claimed to know Revloe to be a ‘sakawa’ boy with baby mama.
But Efia Odo has refuted all those ‘negative comments’ stressing that it is only God who can break their relationship.
She claimed she has been abused many times in her past relationships but now she feels real loved with Revloe.
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