Regina Dede Lartey: 9 stunning photos of the young actress who is causing confusion on social media

Regina Dede Lartey: 9 stunning photos of the young actress who is causing confusion on social media

Ghana has been blessed with a lot of beautiful ladies and every day, new faces keep popping up on social media.

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Though the movie industry in the country is no more vibrant as compared to the past, it has not prevented new actresses from introducing themselves as part of the industry.

Now, a young Kumawood actress has surfaced and she has been causing confusion on Instagram with her stunning beauty.

Regina Dede Lartey: 9 stunning photos of the young actress causing confusion on social media
Regina Dede Lartey: 9 stunning photos of the young actress causing confusion on social media (Photo credit: Instagram/Regina Dede Lartey)
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Her name is Regina Dede Lartey and she has taken over Instagram with her pictures.

Regina is heavily endowed both front and back.

YEN.com.gh has decided to sample 9 of her best photos.

1. Check the posing:

2. What a wow:

3. Looking so beautiful:

4. Swag mood:

5. With her friend Ama Tundra:

6. Sporting time:

7. She has got everything:

8. So hot:

9. Red is the colour:

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Meanwhile, Lynx Entertainment artiste, Kuami Eugene, has been slammed by an entertainment analyst for his continuous use of songs by other people without their approval.

The Open Gate hitmaker has been accused of using songs by both young and old songwriters, and music producers including Roland 'Roro' Ackah, the producer of Okumchola by the late Seth Frimpong.

Following a recent accusation, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, an entertainment analyst has advised Eugene and his management to put a stop to using songs by others without financial compensation and explicit permission of the rights holders.

"It is not fun anymore. Whether it's a trivial or serious related matter, he's always entangled in this song 'theft.' It should stop especially when it is coming on the steps of the 'Okumchola' issue," Asamoah-Baidoo said.

"Over the period, he's had the tag of 'stealing' songs. It is getting too much for me. I expect that the right thing will be done when he wants to use a song by someone by finding the right owners. Even if he can't do that himself, his management with their connections should figure it out."

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