Tracey Boakye drops new video; flaunts natural hair and real face

Tracey Boakye drops new video; flaunts natural hair and real face

- Tracey Boakye has released a new video on Instagram

- In the video, she flaunted her natural hair

- She was also captured showing her real face to the world

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Ghanaian actress, Tracey Boakye, has shown her natural state to her fans on social media.

The actress has released a video proving that without makeup, she is still beautiful.

In the video seen by YEN.com.gh, Tracey is captured showing off her natural hair without a wig.

Tracey Boakye drops new video; flaunts natural hair and real face
Tracey Boakye drops new video; flaunts natural hair nd real face (Photo credit: Instagram/Tracey Boakye)
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From the video, she was seen without makeup as she put her smooth face on display.

Her caption of the video reads, "Natural Hair on fleek. Thursday finest babe. #yaababy."

As expected, her fans have taken to the comment column to react to the video.

@official_queendee: "You are beautiful inside out. Pepe dem."

@nyamekyekwafo: "Pls borrow me ur hair mk I use it to show guy guy for town."

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@_lottyshairhub: "Beautiful."

@charity.makafui.10: "nice sister please can I have u number please."

@celebrity_police_: "When ur sister don’t want u to comment cuz every comment she has to send u 200gh eeii how will she get money for the bday mtn fix ur system oo."

Meanwhile, Ghanaian musician, Terry Asare Boamah, popularly known as Dada Hafco, has commented on the treatment Ghanaians give to the highlife genre of Ghana music.

The musician took to Facebook to share his frustration at the way highlife musicians are treated and wondered why and how that was the case.

He recounted how sometimes even the gatekeepers of the media see highlife musicians like “villagers or kolo.”

According to him, highlife music needs to be owned by Ghanaians before it is attributed to another country.

Speaking on the importance of highlife music, Dada Hafco indicated that even Burna Boy employed the services of a Ghanaian guitarist who played a pivotal role in making Odogwu a hit song.

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