Baby Ayisha: Ghanaian slay queen dies after giving 'free show' on social media

Baby Ayisha: Ghanaian slay queen dies after giving 'free show' on social media

- Ghanaian slay queen, Baby Ayisha, has reportedly died

- According to reports, Baby Ayisha died from a breast-related disease

- She went viral some days ago when she flaunted her heavy chest on social media

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Social media has been stunned with the news of the sudden death of a popular slay queen.

In a report seen by YEN.com.gh, the said slay queen has been identified as Baby Ayisha.

Per reports gathered by YEN.com.gh, Baby Ayisha died from a breast-related disease.

Baby Ayisha: Ghanaian slay queens dies after giving 'free' show'

Baby Ayisha: Ghanaian slay queens dies after giving 'free' show'
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The report suggested that Baby Ayisha had a boil growing in her breast days after going viral on social media.

She underwent surgery to have it removed but owing to the fact that she had diabetes, Baby Ayisha couldn’t survive the surgery.

The heavily endowed lady dominated the headlines some weeks ago with her crazy photo.

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In the photo, she released, Baby Ayisha gave a 'free how' by flaunting her heavy chest.

The photo became the topic on social media as it drew some mixed reactions.

Meanwhile, Ghanaian slay queen and lawyer known on social media as Mona Gucci has stirred a conversation on the internet.

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Mona Gucci revealed mind-blowing secrets about Nana Aba Anamoah, Sandra Ankobiah, and Serwaa Amihere.

Mona Gucci, who admitted that she is a slay queen, said Nana Aba is the mother of all slay queens.

She also said pimping is not a bad thing and will be ready to accept such a proposal from Nana Aba.

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