- Media personality Serwaa Amihere has sang and danced to Emelia Brobbey’s Fameko song in a new video
- She is seen singing the song word for word while shaking her body happily
- This surprised Emelia so much that she only mentioned Serwaa’s name in amazement
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GHOne TV presenter, Serwaa Amihere, has shown her fun side singing and dancing to actress Emelia Brobbey’s Fameko song.
The two women are seen standing in a car park and enjoying herself. She is singing the song word for word while dancing leaving the actress very amazed.
Emelia could only scream: “Ei Serwaa” as she continues to watch her with surprise written on her face.
Serwaa pauses her dance and only laughed at the actress’ reaction.
The video has been admired by fans and they have praised Serwaa.
Ladytee, for instance, described Serwaa as a happy child who can make people forget their worries:
lad_ytee793: “Serwaa is a happy child if you follow her she will make you forget your worries.”
Nana Yaaa says the video of Serwaa singing is beautiful:
iamnanayaaa: “This is beautiful.”
Babe and Jay could also not stop admiring the two women:
babe.california: “pretty girls.”
Jane left a comment for Emelia Brobbey:
jane_papabi: “I love you track ''Makoma''”
Judith says she is so adorable:
judithavoliya: “Serwaa you are so adorable.”
Mary was full of smiles watching Serwaa sing and dance:
mary.abimah: “The way am smiling..aww.”
Meanwhile, Serwaa Amihere was in the news recently following a video flaunting her body.
Fans accused her of stuffing her trousers with foam to look curvy.
A throwback photo that surfaced on the internet also got fans concluding that Serwaa looks like popular broadcaster Akrobeto.
In another report, a video of Serwaa with potbelly left Ghanaians very deceived about her body.
Emelia Brobbey, on the other hand, has revealed in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh that she is a trained teacher by profession.
She told how she left her teaching field to become an actress and gained the fame she now enjoys.
In the video published by YEN.com.gh, Emelia narrated how she faced opposition from her family and school when she decided to forgo teaching and pursue her new interest in acting.
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