PM: Di Asa Season 3 winner twerks on Abeiku Santana after being stopped from boarding plane

PM: Di Asa Season 3 winner twerks on Abeiku Santana after being stopped from boarding plane

In spite of being in the news for her recent setback after she was stopped from going aboard a flight to Dubai, Di Asa Season 3 winner, Precious Mensah, better known as PM, has been captured gleefully dancing with optimism.

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Earlier reports by confirmed that PM, who was supposed to travel to Dubai alongside her runners-up as part her prize for winning the competition was denied going aboard the flight by Emirates Airlines after checking in her luggage due to her body size.

Following the incident, the Di Asa Season 3 winner has been filmed in spirited moves, dancing her worries off with popular Okay FM radio show host, Abeiku Santana.

The two were videoed in syncopated moves during Abeiku Santana’s radio show, which was held at the Achimota Mall.

In the video shared by a known blogger, Santana was captured twerking heavily behind PM’s heavy backside.

The two popular stars thrilled onlookers and fans, who obviously couldn't have more of PM and Santana's moves.

In other stories, Obeng Wilfred, a form two Science student of the Kumasi Anglican Secondary School who sat for the 2019 private West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) has emerged with As in all eight subjects.

The brilliant teenager attained laudable scores in Core and Elective Mathematics, Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Social Studies and English. Despite being in form two, he earned impressive scores following the release of the 2019 November/December WASSCE results.

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