- Ghanaian media personality, Abena Korkor is advocating body positivity in a recent video
- In the clip online, the former TV3 presenter flexes her full figure donning polka dot pyjamas over see-through underwear
- The video shared along with an empowering message is targeted at plus-size people while challenging popular views about ideal body shape
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Ghanaian media personality, Abena Korkor is advocating body positivity and challenging all forms of stereotypes against plus-size people for their appearance.
The mental health advocate who is a plus-size figure herself has flexed her confidence, flaunting her physique in a recent clip.
Against popular views about ideal body shape or appearance, Korkor shows off her grit, owning her full shape despite not being curvaceous.
Taking to her Instagram page, the former TV3 presenter could be seen donning eye-catching polka dot pyjamas over see-through underwear.
She makes an appearance in her bedroom showing her curves as she takes off the pyjamas to display her full figure.
Captioning the video, Abena Korkor wrote: A Love story from me to all my plus-size queens. Plus-size is beautiful. Your Curves. Your Cellulite. Your Fupa. Love.''
The video has garnered reactions underneath the post on her page.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported Abena Korkor served her teeming fans her flawless beauty to promote her T-shirt collection in recent videos on Instagram.
She posed for the camera in multiple outfits as she modelled her Thick Chick Rock grey T-shirt, flashing her killer curves in the outfit. The popular media personality dropped jaws, flexing her natural beauty without her usual makeup.
In a separate story, a Ghanaian husband, Dr Jones Junior, has armed himself with a PhD in Criminology from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
The father of one has celebrated this academic elevation in the field of crime with an inspiring message along with photos from his graduation.
Announcing that he earned a PhD recently from KNUST, Dr Jones Junior disclosed that he did not achieve it on a silver platter.
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