- Princess Shyngle has stepped out without pants and bra in a new video
- Shyngle went pantless and bralees while going on a date with her boyfriend
- The controversial actress shared the video on social media
Gambian actress Princess Shyngle has once again shared made controversial headlines on social media after posting her latest video.
The latest video has Shyngle wearing a leopard-skin coloured dress with her melons dangling in front of her.
While it is not clear enough for one to see if the Gambian is wearing a brassiere or not, she revealed that she was braless.
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As if that was not eye-popping enough, Shyngle also disclosed that she was not wearing pants as well.
Explaining her reason for going pantless and braless notwithstanding the fact that she was stepping out into public, Shyngle disclosed that she was going on a date with her US-based boyfriend.
The boyfriend had requested that she took off her waist trainers and belt and she went a step further to take off her underwear.
According to Shyngle the removal of her pants and bra was in anticipation of possible quickie happening on their
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"Happy new month everyone ❤️❤️❤️ Bae said no belt , no waist trainers tonight and I also decided not to wear bra and panti*s just Incase he wants to have a quickie Date night ❤️," Shyngle wrote.
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The latest video comes just a few weeks after the Gambian actresswho is known for her extremely curvaceous body has finally showcased the man in her life on social media.
In a series of videos on her Instagram stories, Princess Shyngle was seen in a cozy and love-dovey mood as she begged him for atopa.
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