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16-Year Old Girl Ends Hajia Bintu’s Career, Comes In With A Big And Curvaceous Nyash (Video)

Just recently, Occupygh.com posted a viral video of a 16yr-old old girl with the name Queen Silla who caused a massive stir with her big bortos on Tik Tok.

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At the age of 16 with such an adult backside is so awesome and would probably have a beast backside at the age of 20.

Everyone eye is now on Queen Prilla as Hajia Bintu’s fame is about to diminish in the thin air. She is gradually gathering the attention of netizens as we all know Ghanaians like hyping these things.

Y’all watch the video of Queen Prilla causing tongues wagging below or visit OccupyGh.com for more videos & Kindly Subscribe to our Youtube Channel to see more viral, educative & exclusive videos. 

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