- A video of a slay queen struggling to keep her balance in high heels has been shared on Facebook
- Social media user, Akosuavee Ab Bannerman Obeng, posted the video
- Some followers of her page have already commented on it
A slay queen in high heels has been captured struggling to keep her balance in a video making rounds on social media which has many wondering why some ladies continue to embarrass themselves despite being unable to slay in heels.
The video shows the lady beautifully attired while she struggled to keep herself in balance because she couldn’t walk in the heels.
At a point, she practically had to hold on to a parked car in a gathering to secure her balance.
Social media user, Akosuavee Ab Bannerman Obeng, shared the video of the woman on her personal Facebook page which has since garnered some interesting comments.
Some people suggested that she should have done the reasonable thing by taking off her heels.
''Gown tight, shoe uncomfortable, sister why are you disturbing your body abeg,'' Lala Tamar Akpe quizzed in reaction to the post.
Another follower, Akosua Kanewu Lofty, indicated that she would ''rather go for down p3l33l3''.
Lily Wills wrote: ''She silly just take them grandma shoes off & walk barefoot''.
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian student from the Mankessim MA. School in the Central region has gained traction again following another adorable creative drawing of highlife artiste, Dennis Nana Dwamena, famed as KiDi.
The young boy first gained social media stardom when an artwork he designed of the late Ebony Reigns was shared in a popular Facebook page.
YEN.com.gh reported earlier that Kwabena Atta Kakra, a teacher of the boy posted the toddler’s drawing in the group which went viral not long after the post was shared.
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