Hajia4Real drops jaw-dropping photos and video of her latest Range Rover; jams to Shatta Wale’s Hol’ It

Hajia4Real drops jaw-dropping photos and video of her latest Range Rover; jams to Shatta Wale’s Hol’ It

- Ghanaian socialite Mona Montrage has shared photos and a video of her latest car on social media

- The photos she shared showed the lovely interior of the car which is a Range Rover

- In the video she sat in the car as a group of children sang Shatta Wale's song Hol' It to her

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Ghanaian socialite, Mona Montrage, better known as Hajia4Real, has flaunted photos and a video of her latest car.

Taking to social media, she posted photos and a video of the car, with her in the driving seat.

With a smile on her face, she watched through the car window as a group of children sang Shatta Wale’s hit song, ‘Hol It’

Hajia4Real drops jaw-dropping photos and video of her latest Range Rover; jams to Shatta Wale’s Hol’ It

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Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that the Instagram queen has other cars at her disposal.

These include a Porsche, which she acquired in August 2019.

In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, she lit up social media with a line up of her powerful cars in her mansion.

In other news, Ghanaian musician and political activist, Kwame Asare Obeng, better known as A-Plus, has given a massive endorsement to the act of rising musician, Bosom P-Yung.

Taking to Facebook, A Plus began with a quote attributed to Dave Ramsey, which is focused on acting outside the normal and the accepted.

The quote calls for a decision to be unconventional and a deviation from that which is average and mediocre.

A Plus explained that his position is based on the fact that that which is normal no longer works.

He therefore took the opportunity to advise Bosom to refrain from being normal as that is not good.

He added that even if people complain about the musician’s red hair or his style of singing, it should be the least of his worries.

In his opinion, Bosom could go far if he improves his unique style as in the case of popular Ghanaian musicians, Wanluv and Mensa.

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