AFRIMA 2018: Nina Richie half-nak£d dress causes confusion on red-carpet

Canada-based Ghanaian singer, Nina Richie has once again made it in the headlines for wearing a half-naked dress to the 2018 AFRIMA.

Appearing on red-carpet on Saturday night during the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) event at the Accra International Conference Centre.

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AFRIMA 2018: Nina Richie half-nak£d dress causes confusion on red-carpet

Nina who was wrapped in a shiny lace outfit had only some part of her body capped exposing much of her suppose private body.

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Her great Jericho walls could be seen through the bikini-like top she was wearing as she exposed most of her code parts.

In fact, if Nina was permitted to perform on stage, I hope she would have caused turmoil with her cream color dress on stage.

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AFRIMA 2018: Nina Richie half-nak£d dress causes confusion on red-carpet

Well, for those who know her, it will not be a surprise to them as he recently caused a stir on social media at DJ Mensah’s All White Party at the Soho Marina Mall in Accra this month.

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Nina later came to reply to her critics that her body was given to her by God and she was not shy to flaunt it.

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