- A Ghanaian model and actress, Kekeli Zeda, popularly known for her extremely huge backside has opened up about her experience with men
- She claimed a renowned doctor at the Ridge Hospital in Accra inadvertently signed a death policy because of her backside
- Zeda sat for an interview with DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa
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Kekeli Zeda, a plus-size woman with an extremely huge backside, has disclosed that men fantasise about her body because of her voluptuous figure.
She claimed that a doctor at the Ridge Hospital in Accra mistakingly signed a death policy because he was distracted by her backside when she used to work for an insurance company.
The former student of Saint John's Grammar Senior High School who works as a cosmologist and model recalled the challenges she faced in school because of her curvaceous figure.
Speaking in an interview with DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa, Zeda disclosed that some of her male teachers use to punish her to compel her to accept their love proposals.
''I did not date any of them, but my music director would ask me to stand at rehearsals whether I go early or not. He told me he would continue to harass me until I accept his love proposal,'' she recalled an unpleasant experience with her choirmaster.
Zeda disclosed that though some of the lecturers expressed interest in her while at Zenith University College, she was mature and focused then, so she did not yield.
The businesswoman who claimed she inspired Guru's popular song titled Problem said most men who have shown interest want her because of her voluptuous figure.
Zeda disclosed that when she used to work for an insurance company, a renowned doctor who was distracted by her heavy backside inadvertently signed a death policy.
According to Zeda, the doctor called later to explain that he wanted a different policy.
Watch the full interview below.
In other news, a UK-born Ghanaian content creator, Dela, and her husband, Kwame, have opened up about moving to Ghana six years ago to build their first house in the country.
Affectionately called 'Natural Ghana Girl', Dela disclosed that the idea of moving to Ghana was proposed by her husband.
Initially expressing disapproval against the idea of relocating from the United Kingdom (UK), Dela later bought into her husband's proposal to move to the country permanently.
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