Hot Video: A GH Lady Perhaps Under Tramadol Influence Goes Haywire At GhMeetsNaija After Seeing Wizkid On Stage

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The consequences of taking Raphynol and Benilyn mixed with the almighty Codeine can be dangerous.

So, it’s no surprise that patrons have attributed the weird actions of one unknown Ghanaian lady at the just ended Ghana Meets Naija to the abuse of the above-named drugs.


Well, a young lady, you can call her a ‘wild’ fan, went absolutely ‘insane’ when Wizkid stormed the stage at the 2018 Ghana Meets Naija concert performing his popular song ‘Caro’.

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The viral video shows the unknown lady grabbing Wizkid’s neck and forcing her way to kiss him live on stage. The wizkid fanatic who could not hold back her excitement could not be restrained and met the embarrassment of her life when she was dragged offstage for trying to ‘force herself’ on Wizkid.


A forced hug that was initially intercepted by a bodyguard on stage turned in something else as the lady held on tightly to Nigerian star in what looked like a battle for his life.


The unknown lady would not leave the stage even after about three built guards carried her to the sides, while exposing some parts of her inner thighs to the public. Amid cheers from the crowd, the unknown lady fought with all her might to get another feel of her icon, but to no avail.


As at now, the name of the lady remains anonymous but we’re still working on the clock to get much information about her and report it accordingly in our subsequent publications.




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