- Kumawood actress, Maame Serwaa, has dropped a new photo on social media
- The photo has Maame Serwaa showing off her thick curves and thighs
- Fans have been reacting with glee since the new photo emerged
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Kumawood actress, Maame Serwaa, known in her private life as Clara Amoateng Benson, has set tongues wagging.
The reactions follow a new photo that was released by the young actress on social media showing off her thick curves and thighs.
In the photo, Maame Serwaa could be seen wearing a big ash-coloured t-shirt that only partially covered her thighs.
Wearing a white pair of slippers, Maame Serwaa posed for the picture while raising her left leg and it got her thighs showing so much.
The pose also got her t-shirt to tighten around her and the massive curves she has.
Even though Maame Serwaa did not say much with her caption, the photo has got Akuapem Poloo, Lydia Forson, and other stars reacting.
Many of the Kumawood star's followers have been showering praises on her.
simply_abbygal was impressed and said: "Been doing the most Serwaa❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️."
alisha_mharmhie disclosed why she loved the actress: "Serwaa, I really like you because I have the same stature."
delawnestewart stated: "I always love her movies ."
asomahjosephine had a question: "Eiiiii where have you hidden yourself, queen? ❤️."
Meanwhile. the young actress has responded to criticisms about the sudden growth in her body.
According to Maame Serwaa, her now-famous heavy chest is something she has inherited from her lineage and not because of what she has done or not done
In an interview, Maame Serwaa revealed she even has the smallest among her cousins.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Maame Serwaa had lighted social media up with a beautiful photo of her looking so slim.
In the photo, she wore a long-sleeved jumpsuit with a black moon-bag firmly clutched to her waist. The beautiful actress completed her looks with her rasta braids and transparent sandals.
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