- Queen Paticia has served her teeming fans a video showing off her extremely huge breasts
- In the video, the up-and-coming actress and video vixen jams to Good Mood by Keche featuring Fameye
- The clip has racked in thousands of views and tons of comments
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Actress, model and video vixen, Queen Paticia, known in real life as Millicent Paticia Amoah, has served her teeming fans a video showing off her extremely huge breasts.
Queen Paticia who had low self-worth while growing up due to her heavy chest has now embraced herself, flexing her confidence on her social media platforms.
The Instagram model gained attention after joining Okyeame Kwame's #Yeekoo challenge and has since been making the trends.
In a video online, Queen Paticia could be seen jamming to Good Mood by Keche featuring Fameye.
The video has racked in over 14 000 videos and gathered massive reactions online.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported award-winning singer, Jane Awindor, famously known as Efya, marked her 34th birthday on April 10, and she once again graced social media with her talent and beauty.
The celebrated Ghanaian entertainer was showered with love by her celebrity friends in the entertainment industry.
To mark Efya's birthday, Ayisha Modi who is in the United States pulled a surprise birthday party with the help of a few friends to celebrate the singer at her mansion.
In other news, Nana Ama McBrown is undoubtedly one of Ghana's most treasured assets in the entertainment industry.
The mother of a baby girl is full of love, and she grabs every opportunity to show benevolence to the deprived and disadvantaged in society.
Nana Ama McBrown has been involved in several charity programmes, single-handedly gifting useful items to neglected children in charity homes including the Mampong Babies Home in the Ashanti Region.
Efya flexes her beauty as she storms her b'day bash in see-through dress to party with Afia Schwar, others
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