- A Ghanaian lady has caused stir on social media after her wig removed while dancing at a wedding ceremony
- The lady who was seen dancing happily with her male friends at the wedding, had her wig falling as she quickly caught it in the air
- The video which received a lot of views and attraction is said to be funny as the video has began trending
A Ghanaian lady has got social media buzzing after a video showed her catching her wig from falling to the ground.
In the video, the lady who was wearing a yellow-colored dress, was seen dancing with a male friend while others cheer her on.
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However, the cheers rose higher when the lady's wig unfortunately fell after she displayed some dance moves.
The intriguing aspect was that she was able to catch the wig very fast, preventing it from falling on the ground.
The lady seemed unperturbed when the wig fell as she continued dancing happily to the admiration of her friends.
She waved the fallen wig in the air funnily as her real hair which she braided showed to the onlookers.
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Many women have experienced such bizarre moment where their wig caps fall in public unknowingly.
In another news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about popular internet sensation Shatta Bandle.
The braggart's real life was revealed after three videos show him living a rather poor life other than the riches he claim to have.
Over few months, Shatta Bandle has been claiming that he is richer than Africa's richest man Dangote.
He is often seen in videos flaunting cars, dollar bills and mansions as he claims it is owned by him.
However, the videos show that Shatta Bandle has been telling lies since he rather lives in a slum area.
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