- Abena Korkor has taken to social media to flaunt her pretty mother for the very first time
- The occasion for posting her mother on social media was due to her birthday celebration
- Not long ago, it was reported that Abena Korkor had deleted all her obscene photos from Instagram
Nana Abena Korkor, famed for her raunchy videos and photos on social media has stunned her fans with a video of her pretty mum on the occasion of her birthday.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Abena Korkor shared a video of her mother undergoing a makeover process in line with her birthday.
The pretty lady believed to be called Judith was seen wearing a white dress which symbolises celebration or victory.
At some points in the video, she showed off her natural hair and at another point, she flaunted an expensive-looking wig.
Abena Korkor's mother, in celebration of her new age, was seen dancing to the glory of God in what looked like a living room.
After posting the video of her super mom to highlight her role in her life, Abena Korkor captioned it: "God bless you, Mummy. Happy Birthday to you. You have remained a definition of love, strength, and endurance in my life. Stay forever young, Judith!"
Many fans took to the comment section to react to the video and also wish Korkor's mum a 'happy birthday.'
purple_360strands came in with the comment: "Happy birthday mommy. Good health and long life"
the_adjannor also wrote: "Hapi birthday mom"
a.gyeiwaaaa had just one word to describe the video: "Priceless"
Abena Korkor was recently in the news when it was revealed that she took down all her raunchy photos and videos on Instagram following Akuapem Poloo's conviction and sentencing.
She also trended for a while on social media following a video of herself which she posted wearing red lingerie and dancing in what looked like her bedroom.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian fashionista and super mom, Nana Akua Addo, has stated that she feels very honoured anytime people tag her as a “slay queen” due to her sense of fashion.
Nana Akua Addo, while speaking in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, maintained that the word "slay queen" was not offensive to her at all but rather came with some sense of pride due to her line of work.
She revealed that a new sort of negative implication had come to be associated with the term "slay queen" which some women find derogatory.
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