It has emerged that Ama Broni, the viral dancer who died while dancing on stage without clothes was supposed to be paid $100 (GHc 570) for her performance
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This has got many Ghanaians on social media highly raged as they think of the amount as too low for such a risky venture that ended in her demise.
This was according to Shana, the musician who employed the services of the dancer for the adult performance.
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YEN.com.gh has gathered some of the reactions from Ghanaians concerning this revelation.
Daniel Okyere Adjare could not wrap his head around the fact that the lady chose to take off her clothes over $100
Papa Rhule bitterly criticized the lady for sacrificing the privacy of her private parts to attain such a meagre amount of money
Sun Sun Seelee indicated he is pretty sure the lady is regretting what she did even in her demise
Ekow Asmah also suggested that the musicians and organizers who permitted the lady to go on stage without clothes should be arrested by the police
So Bless asked where the $100 is currently
Ohemaa Korantemaa Borngreat opined that going on stage without clothes for even a billion cedis is not worth it
The story of the young Ghanaian lady identified as Ama Broni who passed away at Gomoa Budumburam (Liberia Camp) under tragic circumstances has been trending online.
Broni met her untimely death at a street carnival in the town on Saturday, January 16, 2021.
Initial information on social media suggested that the late Broni went on stage to twerk and even removed her pant during the naughty dance.
In a more heartwarming report, Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jr, the CEO of Kantanka Group of Companies, has released a close-range video of the newly-made Kantanka Akofena that was invented in Ghana.
In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Twitter page, Kwadwo Safo for the first time showed both internal and external features of the car that has been trending on social media in Ghana for some time.
As YEN.com.gh previously reported, the car was manufactured by Kelvin Odartey, an 18-year-old junior high school (JHS) graduate who produced the brand with scraps and other materials.
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