- Nana Aba Anamoah has proved friends who claim she cannot dance wrong by showing some dance moves in a video
- In the video, Nana Aba Anamoah danced in a shopping mall in London, flaunting her curves and body
- Fellow celebrities, friends, and fans after watching the video expressed their admiration for her dance
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Award-winning television presenter Nana Aba Anamoah has got fans drooling over her new dance moves.
In a video that she posted on Instagram, Nana Aba displayed serious dance moves in a shopping mall in London.
After posting the photo, she captioned "Let no one deceive you that I can’t dance. It’s a palpable lie fabricated by my foes in concert with @serwaaamihere and @adwoaloudgh."
Serwaa Amihere, other top celebrities, and fans after watching the video showered accolades on her:
@serwaaamihere heaped praise on Nana Aba: "This is a new move o. Ay ay ay. We thank God. I like it. Not the best but I love it."
@reginavanhelvert asked Nana Aba to bend down and dance: "But nana go down eh."
@odenehomarilyn had this to say: "@thenanaaba awww your in London, you are welcome...imagine bumping into you."
@owurah_kwaku teased Nana Aba: "Now our cooperate woman has joined the slay queen movement... #B3biaaAy3Hye."
@maryamthebestty expressed admiration for Nana Aba: "That's Queen's moves but they don't know! Can't love you less."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that there is a lot of love and admiration for Nana Aba Anamoah's dance.
Meanwhile, Nana Aba Anamoah was recently in the news after she revealed the meaning of slay queen.
In a post on Instagram, the screen goddess explained 'slay queen', one of the most used words in Ghana.
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