- Benedicta Gafah has mocked Kennedy Agyapong in a new video
- In the video, the actress is seen twerking in her kitchen
- Kennedy Agyapong has accused Obinim of sleeping with Gafah
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Ghanaian actress, Benedicta Gafah, has replied Kennedy Agyapong again in a new post.
The curvy Ghanaian actress has dropped a raunchy video mocking the MP for Assin Central after the lawmaker accused her of sleeping with Bishop Obinim.
In Kennedy Agyapong's latest expose on Monday, April 20, 2020, he claimed that Obinim had slept with Gafah.
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The controversial lawmaker also accused Obinim of sleeping with other ladies.
After Kennedy Agyapong's accusation went viral, Benedicta has released a video teasing the former.
In the video, Gafah is seen in her plush kitchen ignoring Kennedy Agyapong's allegations completely.
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The award-winning actress was seen twerking as she jammed to music while cooking.
The video has drawn the attention of some social media users as they took to the comment section to air their views.
@judithnyarko backed Gafah: "Enoaa nono aaa. Mese menfii obiaa I have never commented on your page before today is my first time. Forget everybody. You’re all you’ve got. Happy yourself my sister."
@obaapaadwoaspage commented: "Beautiful Bene... atanfo beko low battery."
@nanayaa_boahenmaa: "Wonti kraa I like that!."
@samuelbiggysmalls: "Ala empress all de way ......sunshine beautiful kitchen moves paaa oooh."
@occupyghdotcom: "I want build house."
Watch the video below:
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a story of Gafah speaking for the first time after Kennedy Agyapong dropped a bombshell on her and Obinim.
Following the disclosure, the popular actress dropped her first reaction suggesting that she cannot be destroyed.
In a post on Snapchat, Gafah wrote: "Abubro kosua" which is a Twi wise saying which literally translates into "whatever is destined to be good cannot be destroyed."
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