Boys ada: Old lady sings profane song; causes stir with 'atopa' words (video)

Boys ada: Old lady sings profane song; causes stir with 'atopa' words (video)

A video has emerged online of an elderly woman acting as a cheer leader of a popular Ghanaian song to entertain passengers in a travelling bus.

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The elderly woman was captured standing in the moving bus, leading a song popularly known as 'jama' with profane words and called for passengers in the bus to act as backing vocalists.

While her identity is yet to be known, the elderly woman has left many shocked because of the profane words in the song.

The video of her surfaced online and has since gone viral after it popped up.

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Meanwhile, a lovely little girl has gone viral after she was captured in a video in stunning choreographic moves while onlookers cheered her on with resounding approval.

Twitter user with handle name, @JayNew7s, shared a video of the charming little girl in choreographic moves to a jam while loved ones looked utterly mesmerised. While the little girl’s name was not disclosed, she has become a little star after her video gained traction online on Twitter.

The 30 seconds video shows the little princess skillfully bouncing on her knees, gyrates up, gos down and bounces back on her feet.

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