Patapaa's girlfriend speaks profane in latest video; shows love for Ghana

Patapaa's girlfriend speaks profane in latest video; shows love for Ghana

- Patapaa's girlfriend has shown massive love for Ghana

- She has released a video showing the green side of Ghana

- According to her, she is not ready to go back to his country

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Patapaa's German girlfriend, Liha Miller, has set the internet on fire with a controversial statement.

Liha has released a video flaunting the green side of Ghana and she seemed excited about what she saw.

In the video, Liha was playing Shatta Wale's banger Dem Confuse as she was cruising in town.

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Her caption of the video reads, "Womaami Tw3 To Anyone Who Says A Bad Word About This Wonderful CountryEurope, I'm Not Coming Back Again. Please, Is This Possible, I Don't Miss Germany At All ⁉️ Except My Family Of Course, But That's All."

Judging from her caption, Liha has fallen in love with Ghana as she is not ready to go back to his country.

Patapaa met Liha during his European tour early this year and the two have been dominating the headlines with their romantic relationship.

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During Patapaa's performance, he brought Liha on stage and the duo entertained the fans.

Liha looking beautiful was seen rocking in an African print as she showed off her dance skills.

Watch video below:

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In other news, Nana Ama McBrown has warmed the hearts of social media users by professing her love for her husband, Maxwell Mensah. has seen a video of the star actress proving that her love for Maxwell is very strong.

In the video, McBrown was given a chance to perform during the 2019 Ghana Movie Awards which came off on Friday, December 20, at the National Theatre.

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