- A new photo of actress and lawyer, Sandra Ankobiah, has caused a stir
- She wore red attire and smiled beautifully
- Fans have said her backside does not match with her thighs and legs
- Ankobiah has been accused of wearing a fake backside and hips
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A new photo of Sandra Ankobia showing what fans describe as “mismatching” backside, thighs, and legs has surfaced on the internet.
The lawyer and actress wore a red top and trousers and was full of smiles.
One would need to take a second, or perhaps a third, look at the photo to be sure that it is Ankobiah as the photo also resembles actress Salma Mumin.
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Some fans have raised concerns about Sandra’s figure with some saying it is purely a miracle.
Abigal, for instance, called the shape “man-mad miracles”.
abigail.ofosuhemaa: “Man-made miracles.”
Kaba wrote in plain terms that the body is not nice:
kabafelicity: “Is not looking nice.”
Krissy insinuated that she knows who owns the legs but not the backside. Her comment simply meant that Sandra’s curves are uneven:
krissy_360: “I know the legs, but as for the backside, I don't know.”
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Darlo screamed that this is just too much:
darlobvious: “Eiiiii this is too much.”
Kuks wrote in the Akan language that Sandra’s figure is invented as the position of her thighs and legs do not match with her backside:
jessy_kuks: “Ky3s3 3to) no wo hu s3 3y3 invented aa wo hu oo, you see the way it’s pampeeee without the hips conjoining with the backside no Ajeeei lemme leave eeh.”
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The actress and trained lawyer has often been in the news because of her physique.
She has often been accused of carrying a fake backside
YEN.com.gh earlier published before and after photos that got many people concluding that the figure she has now is "not normal".
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