Fantana Drops ‘Badder Than Bad’ Photos On Val’s Day To ‘Confuse’ Her Male Fans

Former Rufftown Records signee, Fantana has dropped some bedroom photos in a Val’s Day inspired photoshoot that has set tongues wagging on Instagram. 

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The singer who is still struggling to make a name for herself in the music industry since she announced her presence in 2019, looks hot as she rocked red lingerie with a different pose for the camera mixed with much sensuality.

Fantana shared the photos along with the caption;

She captioned the photos: “The Girl Of Your Dreams ♥️ #AhMiDhat#FantanaArmy#CapoTana.”

See the photos in the Instagram post below;


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