- Actress Sandra Ankobiah has put her heavy chest on display
- She only wore a black brassier to cover up the tips of her chest
- Fans have reacted massively to the photo
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Ghanaian actress and lawyer, Sandra Ankobiah, has incurred the wrath of fans with a photo putting her bare chest on display.
She had shared the photo on Snapchat display her breasts with the brassier covering her nipples.
One could see it was one of those jovial posts as Sandra is seen using filters in the photo.
The photo has garnered massive responses with many people criticising her for dressing that way.
Kwasi Mormont, for instance, called her an indecent woman:
kwesimormont: “Indecent woman.”
Plus also commented on what he was seeing:
health_link_plus: “The front nu.”
Nkunim wrote in the Akan language that Sandra’s breasts are what the “big men” like:
obaapaadepa_nkunim_: “Mpanimfuo aduane no bi nie.”
Joycelyn also complained in the Akan language writing that the breasts should have been covered:
joycelyn_906: “Lawyer nofuo yi de3.”
Biggles said in the Akan language that Sandra was selling her chest:
biggles_xm.s: “JPC lawyer 3ny3 edwa ketewa na w'ahy3.”
Hajia also complained:
hajiaakosua1: “Lawyer's cleavage.”
Some fans, however, admired Sandra:
Esi, for instance, said Sandra is pretty:
esi_eunice: “She’s very pretty.”
Ellarhly called her “beauty”:
ellarhly: “Lawyer aho)f3.”
More and more fans left comments on Sandrah’s bare chest photo:
_a.k.u.a.h__: “Girl too saucy.”
bhaibey_naaa: “Beautiful lawyer boi.”
blessy_love_cosbless_gh_1: “Slay Lawyer!”
akosua_bombom: “National asset.”
Meanwhile, Sandra Ankobiah has been in the news often for her choice of dress and grooming.
She was in the news recently following a revealing dress she wore to Deborah Vanessa's birthday party leaving people to ask if she had no clothes to wear.
Sandra, apart from being a lawyer, is also the CEO of an oil firm, Emerald Energy.
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