- Former beauty queen Hamamat has stunned her fans with a new photo
- Her natural hair which has grown so long and bushy has fans admiring her
- Hamamat also flaunted her flawless skin thereby earning more praises from fans
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Former Miss Malaika, Hamamat Montia, has got fans talking with her new photo in which she is looking like a great queen.
Montia’s natural hair is the very thing that gets her all the attention from her fans; the hair has grown so tall and bushy that one would think it is artificial.
Aside from her unique natural hair, Hamamat’s flawless skin also makes her look so attractive. No wonder her fans have showered massive praises on her.
A fan by the username MJ The Freespirit, for instance, observed Hamamat’s beautiful skin and hair, describing her as magical:
mj_thefreespirit: “Such a beautiful skin and hair!!!! You’re magical!”
Arielle and Soulful could not stop admiring Hamamat:
ariellespring: “This is sooo beautiful.”
soulful_hub: “Beautiful melanated queen.”
Kelly wrote that Hamamat’s post also lightens up his day:
kellyemjak: “Your posts light up my day... the colours .. the sunshine ... we dont get much sunshine in scotland ... mostly rain .... but it it has its own beauty..”
So far, it could be said that she is the only Ghanaian celebrity with such natural hair and skin.
Her first daughter, Ekma, was also in the news for a similar reason and for being acknowledged as the hairiest Ghanaian child.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Hamamat shared a beautiful photo with her two daughters and Ghanaians could not keep calm over them.
Her beautiful figure has also often been a matter for discussion on social media as YEN.com.gh published a photo of the former beauty queen flaunting her thick backside.
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