- Actress Maame Serwaa has stunned her fans after flaunting her endowed body in a new video that is trending on social media
- Aside acting, the actress receives a lot of attention due to her heavily endowed body structure
- Fans on watching the video expressed their admiration for the young Kumawood actress
Kumawood actress Maame Serwaa has got social media buzzing after flaunting her endowed body in a new video.
In the video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Maame Serwaa was seen flaunting her heavy 'melons' to the camera.
It seemed as though the actress was at a movie premiere and decided to flaunt herself on the red carpet.
After posting the video, Phylx Akakpo captioned "Maame Serwaa has grown into a beautiful woman charley."
Instagram users on watching the video expressed their opinion:
@maamenyanmah surprised at Maame Serwaa's frontside: "Eeiish! We are seeing things on Instagram paaa."
@mzphanny claimed Maame Serwaa's huge 'melons' is natural: "Hahaha OMG... But she didn't make it this way.. It's natural."
@kobbyblaq77 expressed his admiration for Maame Serwaa: "Make some bro tell am say ma eye dey inside ago marry am."
@sweetmaameyaa drew attention to Maame Serwaa's huge frontside: "Her melons can save any man's life. She has the real milk container no man can resist."
@og_tilda heaped praise on Maame Serwaa: "@officialmaameserwaa brown skin girl, your skin just like pearls."
Maame Serwaa is undoubtedly one of Kumawood most celebrated child actresses as she has thrilled movie lovers over the years.
Her growth and heavily endowed body often becomes a topic for discussion as many get surprised over it.
Meanwhile, actress Salma Mumin has been in the news after a photo proving that she actually underwent backside surgery popped up.
In the photo, a collage of old and new Salma Mumin show that she has enhanced her body like rumors had it.
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