A video of former beauty queen, Hamamat Montia, having a wild party in the shower. Hamamat is captured in a happy mood in the bathroom dancing and swinging her body back and forth and up and down to the extent that she could be seen clearly but for the blurry view of the bathroom door.
Hamamat recorded this video in a bid to advertise her black soap which she says is natural and medicinal. She is a young entrepreneur who deals in beauty products including locally manufactured soap.
Another thing that caught attention is Hamamat’s puppy. This puppy came close to a red panty lying on the floor, smelled it, and took it and ran away with it. The puppy’s action is quite interesting because in Ghana, it is commonly believed that dogs are mostly attracted to smelly things, especially shoe and socks.
Interestingly, the video has also attracted the attention of Hamamat’s fans with some of them commenting about the dog and pant brouhaha. In fact, a fan by name Francis asked her to delete the video because it was nasty for the dog to take and ran away with the pant.
st.francis2101: “Yo why u let ur dog grab ur red pants demmmn girl it’s nasty .” st.francis2101: “Delete this post girl.”
Gifty admired the puppy. doe_gifty: “This puppy knows WOSSOP...”
Walk was also surprised at the dog’s action. walk_in_online: “Should I just pretend I didn't see the dog smell those panties and then took it away? I think I would just do that.”
Hamamat Montia was crowned Miss Malaika in 2006. She has been on the low in the news for some time now. She was massively in the news months ago following a car theft case brought against her by her former husband. It later came to bear that Hamamat never stole the car, but rather received it as a gift from the ex-husband. Consequently, the law suit filed against her by her ex-husband was dropped by the court and she was acquitted.
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