- Sandra Ababio has wowed social media with some videos of herself dancing her heart out
- She was seen standing in what looked like a bedroom while flaunting he matchless beauty
- Sandra Ababio is noted for posting beautiful photos of herself online to the admiration of her fans and followers
Pretty Ghanaian actress, Sandra Sarfo Ababio, has once again stunned social media and her many followers with videos of herself dancing her heart out in a room.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Sandra Ababio was seen standing in what looked like a plush bedroom as she showed off her dance moves.
Sandra Ababio was wearing a green spaghetti-stringed dress as she danced to music playing in the background.
She complemented her dress with an expensive-looking handbag, necklaces, gold-themed bracelets, and a pair of sunglasses.
The Kumawood actress was seen shaking her 'assets' for all to see as she turned at some points in the video and goofed around.
After posting her dance videos, Sandra Ababio captioned them: "Never sacrifice three things; love, family, and yourself."
Many fans and followers took to the comment section to react to the videos which she posted on IG.
madonna_nehlson wrote: "Okay that dress looks so good on yew"
princessobeng24 commented: "Sandy this back yi derrrrrrrr ..... something dey inside"
nana_akua_jerryson came in with the comment: "Allah dancing moves"
um_nan_cy had this to say about Sandra Ababio: "Favorite person"
obengasanteevans3 wanted to take Sandra Ababio out: "Sandra can I take you out on a date ?"
derias_makeup_artistry teased Sandra over her dance moves: "Asa paaaa di3 not not not"
There were many comments that showed that Sandra was indeed loved by her teeming followers on Instagram.
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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