Throwback photo of Nana Ama McBrown dressed like queen of slay queens drops

Throwback photo of Nana Ama McBrown dressed like queen of slay queens drops

- A throwback photo of Nana Ama McBrown looking like a slay queen has surfaced on the internet

- She wore a dress made of gold lace that is transparent from her thighs to the knee

- McBrown also wore a long gold hair known to be worn mostly by slay queens

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A photo of how actress Nana Ama McBrown dressed like a slay queen, or ‘high time’ girl in our local parlance has surfaced on the internet.

McBrown wore a dress made of gold lace which showed her thighs to her knees.

She also wore a long gold hair mostly worn by ‘slay queens’.

The actress held a microphone in her right hand as she danced beautifully.

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The photo has been admired by her fans who can’t stop praising her.

Bennito, for instance, says she loves McBrown because she is multi-talented:

Denis called her old woman with a swag:

Erik called her swag mama:

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Gifty was surprised:

Beck called her legend:

Akey called it good photo:

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Deb called her amazing woman:

Jerry said she is truly beautiful:

Meanwhile, earlier published a photo of young McBrown looking like a flower girl in a beautifully designed blue dress.

She is also known to have good fashion taste after she released a yellow fashionable dress that got her colleague celebrities admiring her.

Nana Ama McBrown recently celebrated the birthday of her stepson Chauncey Mensah in grand style.

This got many people admiring and praising her for her good heart.

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