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Efya Shows Boobs 11/18/2012

Yet another Ghanaian female celebrity has generated new controversy with her style of dressing after the likes of TV3’s Nana Aba Anamoah, Jane Awoonor-Williams, CEO of Spa 216 and the famous Raquel made waves with their mode of dressing.

Twenty-four-year-old singer Efya certainly caused female tongues to wag and male eyes to yearn for more when she appeared on stage last Saturday with a costume that largely exposed her pear-shaped breasts.
If Efya had bigger boobs, they would have certainly popped out of her dress to take a peep at the audience and also get peeped at.
Efya did not wear a bra to hide her sexy pair of succulent boobs when she performed during the Miss Ghana 2012 finals in a plunging outfit that exposed her boobs.

As expected, several members of the audience started cat-calling and passing comments about the singer’s boobs while they enjoyed her performance.

Since then, some of the pictures have started circulating on Facebook and other social media sties, generating rather interesting comments.

It is difficult to say if Efya had a wardrobe malfunction. She has over the years remained rather fashion conscious and when there were wild allegations about her lifestyle and behavior, she hit back at her critics, insisting she was brought up in a good home by her celebrity mother, Nana Adwoa Awindor, the popular host of rested TV programme, ‘Greetings from Abroad’.
“Yes, my mother brought me up well. My mother is a very tough person and she taught me a lot in my life and I believe that she is the person who made me, who I am right now. I am grateful to her, God bless my mother,” she told News-One in an exclusive interview then.

“I leave a liberal life. I am very conscious, so I believe that everybody has a chance to do whatever they want to as long as you put your mind to it and apart from that I believe that you make yourself. So I do what I want to do and I do it how I want to do it with whom I want to do it with. And as long as I believe in it and I have a positive energy towards it, I do and know that it is going to work out. That is me. I plan for stuff that are supposed to be planned for and let the rest go because I believe that in life, God has a purpose for everybody and that everything that happens has meaning,” she also said about claims that she was a bad girl.
Source: News One

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