- A casual video of three good-looking Kumerica ladies has surfaced online and caused a lot of stir on socila media
- Many people have been cracked up by 2 particular incidents that happened in the rather short video
- On the whole, the show put up by the three ladies, combined with their interesting outfits and hairdos, gave many social media users a good and clean hilarious moment
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A video of three ladies who are said to come from Kumasi, which is being described in recent days as Kumerica, is fast going viral on social media.
The footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram handle of Ghkwaku showed the three women in a casual 'freestyle' mode minding their own business.
However, two incidents occurred in the video that many social media users simply cannot have enough of.
Watch the video below:
Many have been complaining about the lady in the middle who was seen using her hand to adjust her dress but others went gaga over the one on the right.
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She was attempting to pronounce the word, 'renovate' over the phone but how she mentioned it got her own colleagues screaming.
Holistically, the show put up by the three ladies, combined with their interesting outfits and hairdos, gave many social media users a good and clean hilarious moment.
Another hilarious video
In another interesting and hilarious report by YEN.com.gh, a man who drank himself out of normalcy has been captured in a video that is fast going viral unable to locate the path to take on a broad street.
In the footage that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of Adom FM, viewers and the general public were advised to take a cue from the man and drink responsibly.
The man was seen taking steps backwards when he was actually struggling to move forward and at the same time, his body bent in the opposite direction he meant to move.
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