- Actress Moesha Boduong has stunned fans after flaunting her backside in a new video that is trending on social media
- Moesha was reported to have gone for another surgery to reshape her backside, making it more curvaceous
- Fans on watching the video expressed their opinion about the actress' new look and body shape
Popular actress and socialite Moesha Boduong has got social media buzzing after flaunting her new curves in a video.
In the video, the budding actress was seen sitting on an equipment that looked like a bicycle as she dances to Shatta Wale's new hit song titled Melissa.
Beautifully dressed in all her lemon-green tight dress, Moesha flaunted her newly shaped backside to the admiration of her fans.
After posting the video which seemed to have received a lot of attention, she captioned "Jamming to Melissa by @shattawalenima Outfit @mandys_outlet."
Fans on watching the video expressed their opinion on Moesha's new body:
@gladiator_flu claimed he is more stronger for Moesha: "I think I’m a lot stronger for you to ride."
@joshmen_gyamena trolled Moesha for her new body: "@moeshaboduong oh madam it seems you can hardly move your body ooooo...like something would fall some style ebi."
@jones24845 expressed admiration for Moesha: "Looking very beautiful in lime green. Love your moves beautiful lady."
@iamthefreshc.e.o had this to say: "Moe my baby... This kind of Bicycle will be good for 2 people... Me and U."
@mama.area commented: "Maybe u been doing too much Diggy in Bear Floor laa."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that fans of Moesha are excited about the actress' new body shape.
Meanwhile, Moesha was in the news recently after she reportedly leaked information about fellow actress Salma Mumin's backside enhancement surgery.
Moesha and Princess Shyngle were said to have leaked the information to Sister Sandy, a television presenter.
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