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I don’t care about how you see me – Princess Shyngle

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Hour glass-shaped celebrity Princess Shyngle who has been in the news for some few days now over her a photo she took with her alleged Lesbobo partner.

In the photo that went viral, the Ghanaian-based Gambian actress was seen with her partner who was kneeling and smelling Princess Shyngle “Akosua Kuma” which made some Ghanaians on social media believe that the two could be lesbians.

But the actress seems not to be moved by the tag labeled against her and her friend and has responded to those saying she is either a lesbian or a bisexual.

Also Read: More raunchy photos of Princess Shyngle and her lesbobo partner drops

In a post on the most popular photo-sharing site Instagram, she shaded her critics that whatever they think about her, she is got no time to clear it up.

She posted a short video and captioned it; “People’s opinions about your life doesn’t define who you are ??????”.

See screenshot below:

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