UK-based Ghanaian musician, Stephenie Benson has revealed that the bikini she wore in shooting her recently released ‘One More’ music video cost her as much as $3,000.
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The soul and jazz singer few months ago stirred up controversy in the Ghanaian music industry with her seductive music video featuring reggae and dancehall artiste, Samini.
The ‘One More’ music video upon its release few months ago received huge public backlash on various social media platforms.
Stephanie, the mother of five was also not spared as she was widely condemned by some industry analysts and other entertainment pundits.
In the music video, the two artistes are seen in "compromised" positions in bed, a swimming pool and even in a bathtub with lots of body contact.
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Despite the incessant public outcry, the ‘One More’ music video has so far received huge patronage and views on YouTube.
Stephanie Benson who remains confident, in an interview with Delay disclosed that she placed her expensive bikini in a box for two years before wearing it for the music video.
The artiste insisted that her husband is more familiar with her hot kind of bikinis hence her reason for wearing it for the ‘One More’ video.
“It was a G-String, I bought it abroad. That is the one I was wearing in the music video. I bought two undies and bra for 3,000 dollars,” the musician told Delay in an interview.
Stephanie added that she decided to show her hot bikini to the world since her husband has already seen her wearing it.
“I have worn it for my husband several times so it was time for the people. So those who want to buy can go for them. I put it in a box for two years,” she said.
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