- Singer Yaa Jackson has revealed cleavage with the dress she wore during one of her recent performances
- The singer who doubles as an actress was seen in a rather skimpy dress as she sang and danced with her fans
- Yaa Jackson is one of the teen musicians who is rising up fast in the Ghanaian music industry
Fast-rising musician Yaa Jackson has got social media buzzing after revealing cleavage during a stage performance.
In the video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, the singer who doubles as an actress, was seen singing as she performed.
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The intriguing aspect of the video is the type of dress Yaa Jackson was wearing as it revealed parts of her body.
The singer was not wearing her brassiere as she used a black solution tape to cover the front of her breasts.
A look in front of her dress also showed Yaa Jackson wearing only an underwear since the front of her dress was transparent.
While she performed, fans of the singer who were excited, danced with her and cheered her on for the performance.
The video however is such a surprising one because hardly will you see a Ghanaian singer reveal cleavage in this manner.
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Even though some female musicians go on stage to entice with their body, Yaa Jackson's dress is a truly skimpy one.
Meanwhile, this is not the first time Yaa Jackson has been seen revealing cleavage as she has been compared to the late singer Ebony.
Since coming onto the music scene, Yaa Jackson seemed to have created the niche of wearing dresses that show parts of her body.
In another news, popular actress Moesha Boduong has got top celebrities shouting after flaunting her backside in a new photo.
Former Electoral Commissioner Charlotte Osei among others took to the comment section to express their amazement at Moesha's photo.
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