- Kan Dapaah's side chic has finally opened up after a video of her and the former romancing surfaced online
- The video which went viral has drawn massive reactions from Ghanaians as many have called for the resignation of Kan Dapaah
- Now, reports indicating that the lady has revealed the rationale behind the release of the said video
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National Security Minister, Kan Dapaah's side chic has finally opened up after a video of her and the former romancing popped up.
The video which went viral has drawn massive reactions from Ghanaians as many have called for the resignation of Kan Dapaah.
When the video popped up online, many people were wondering why the lady who has been identified as Chantelle Kujewu would leak that video.
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Now, reports indicating that Chantelle has revealed the rationale behind the release of the said video.
According to the leader of The People’s Project (TPP), Kwame A-Plus, Chantelle has disclosed in an interview she granted with Chris-Vincent Agyapong that she was contracted by some NPP “gurus” to set up Kan Dapaah.
Kwame A-Plus added that she made a post on Facebook stating that the video was recorded some 8 months ago but was “discussed and settled” in order for it not to get into the public domain.
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Kan Dapaah's side chic set the internet on fire with her powerful video.
In the video, the lady is seen showing off her dance skills by destroying the ground with Shaku Shaku.
From the video, Chantell was wearing a black see-through dress flaunting her curvy body.
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While dancing, Chantell turned her back as the camera captured her huge backside which is the same size as Moesha Boduong's backside.
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