- The sister of Fella Makafui has given fans something to think about in a new video
- The businesswoman was seen showing off her chest to the camera
- Fella Makafui and her sister have been seen as business-minded women
The pretty sister of actress and entrepreneur, Mrs Precious Fella Makafui Frimpong, has caused a stir on social media with a new video which is going viral.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media, Fendy Fella, Fella Makafui's blood sister is seen flaunting her wig cap but fans are made to see more than they bargained for.
The entrepreneur is seen showing off her heavy chest as well in the camera as she dances while seated.
Fendy who was wearing a trendy checkered dress, was seen seated in what looked like a hair studio or shop with a comb in her hand.
She appeared to be excited at the fact that she had the wig cap on and showed it off to the camera while keeping a smiling face all that while.
Fendy whether knowingly or unknowingly, flaunted her chest as well and did so in what appeared like a dancing move.
She brought her chest down to the cameras and showed off her cleavages while sitting pretty in the seat with her nice makeup and juicy looking lips.
Fendy, who shares a striking resemblance with her sister Fella Makafui, after posting the said video on Instagram captioned it:
Many fans and followers of the budding businesswoman took to the comment section under the post o shower glowing words on her.
In other news, day in, day out, many angles and theories surface online pertaining to the case of the Ghanaian pastor, Sylvester Ofori, who killed his wife in the United States of America.
In recent reports that have started going viral on social media, it has been alleged that Pastor Sylvester's wife, Barbara, had an affair with a leading member of her husband's church.
According to the said reports, Barbara slept with the choir director in her husband's church and was reportedly expecting his baby.
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