Photo of Miss Malaika 2006 Hamamat sitting in a pot on fire breaks the internet

Photo of Miss Malaika 2006 Hamamat sitting in a pot on fire breaks the internet

- Miss Malaika 2006, Hamamat Montia has got social media buzzing after a photo of her went viral

- Hamamat Montia was seen in the photo sitting in a big black pot which was placed on a burning fire

- The photo amazed many people as they did not understand why the former Miss Malaika queen will sit in a pot on a fire

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Popular Ghanaian beauty queen Hamamat Montia has got social media users wondering after a photo showed her sitting in a pot.

In the rare photo, the Miss Malaika 2006 winner sat in the pot which had flames under it.

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Wearing an orange gown, Hamamat sat comfortably in the pot with fire while posing for the camera.

Deducing from her facial expression, it did not seem as if she had any problem with the fire which almost caught her dress.

It is not known if the fire was real or whether the big-looking pot was hot, making it not burn her.

YEN.com.gh cannot also tell why the former beauty queen will want to break the internet with such a photo.

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The photo is regarded as a rare one because it is surprising to see someone take such a photo as Hamamat did.

Some social media users who saw the photo claimed that she is proving to be from the North by sitting on fire.

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The 'Osofo Maame' dressed up in Dolce and Gabbana while her son dressed in Tommy Hilfiger as they stood at an airport.

Fans, after seeing the photo, expressed love and admiration for Bofowaa and her 2-year-old son.

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