Hajia4Real Sends A Sweet Message To Lil Win After Spending Time With Him In Kumasi

Social media influencer and business woman, Hajia4Real has sent out a sweet message to comic actor  Lil Win after spending time with him in Kumasi.

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The business woman was recently in Kumasi to grant an interview on Wotumi TV, to clear the air about her recent Range Rover and Trassaco house brouhaha.

Her visit to Kumasi seem to have been an awesome one as she made it known through a post she made on Instagram and mentioned comic actor Lil Win.

According to Hajia4Real, Lil Win made his visit to Kumasi complete as she shared a beautiful selfie they took together.

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@officiallilwin You made my visit to Kumasi complete

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