A NAKED girl who was filmed ‘twerking’ on stage died after she fell off right into a crowd at a competition.
The younger dancer, recognized as Maame Ama Broni, was reportedly being “manhandled by two males” earlier than she tumbled to her loss of life.
She had been paid £70 to strip from the waist down on the ‘Household Avenue Carnival’ at Budunburam Refugee Camp close to the Ghanaian city of Kasoa on January 16.
The sufferer, who got here from the Ghanaian city of Akwatia and was dwelling on the refugee camp, took to the stage after the compere, recognized as Authentic Shana, provided £70 (USD 100) to anybody prepared to gee up the group by eradicating their lingerie whereas twerking.
In keeping with stories, a person first confirmed curiosity in dancing bare on stage earlier than Broni appeared and took off her garments.
One man tried to decrease the vest she is sporting on her prime half as somebody knocks his hand away and a small crowd seems to shut in on the dancer.
In keeping with witnesses, shortly after the video cuts, the girl was crowded and fell off the stage, touchdown on her head.
Native media stated she died immediately and her physique was taken to a morgue in Kasoa for an post-mortem.
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Nonetheless, Nigerian influencer Linda Ikeji claimed that Broni died of electrocution whereas leaving the stage.
She stated she was leaving the stage after the pervy males crowded her and the mother-of-two was electrocuted, however did not give any extra info.
The investigation continues.