Lydia Forson Says She Pumped Her Boobies Open To Support Breast Cancer Awareness — Sort Of

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The new look Lydia Forson, the one who releases ‘raunchy’ birthday photos to tickle the fancy of Ghanaians, has seen herself at the centre of another storm after being captured in an outfit designed to give us a firm look at her beubs.

Forson looked exposed in the outfit which had a stylish cut just at the meeting point between her two tatas and thus showed  Ghanaians most of her cleavage and a good look at her boobs.

Forson earlier this week was called out by GC Founding editor Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri for this seeming change of style in her look and brand.

And whilst one might have thought it was a one time thing for the award winning actress to go ‘fashionably’ erotic, seeing these photos makes one think this might be a new pattern from Lydia.

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However, she has come out to ‘explain’ her decision to wear an outfit showing off her super pumped ‘tatas’ in that way — well, sort of.

On the wall of Chris-Vincent, who shared the photos, Lydia has commented with a slightly ‘clever’ if ‘tongue in cheek reason.

Lydia wrote that everyone should take advantage of the free screening available this breast cancer awareness month to get their boobies checked out, kind of implying she wore what she did for similar reasons.

Check out her comment on Chris-Vincent’s post below…

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

 


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