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Coffin Shaped Like A Pen!s Used to Bury Woman Causes Stir


on has stumbled on an intriguing photo of a coffin shaped like a penis making rounds on some section of the social media landscape..

From the gossip we sampled from the grapevine, the coffin was designed for the deceased owing to the fact that she lived promiscuously when she was alive.

However, other people say the coffin was not for a woman but a man who lived his life as a circumciser.

Whatever it turns out to be, we couldn’t resist sharing the photo with you.

Meanwhile, musicians Mr Drew and Sherifa Gunu, added a lot of excitement to the launch of Season 5 of popular dance reality show Di Asa which came off at the Door Event Centre, North Kaneshie in Accra last Friday..

The two took the event to another level with their performances which guests thoroughly enjoyed and danced to.

While Mr. Drew entertained the guests with songs such as This Year, Mood, Later, Gimme Love and Let Me Know, Sherifa Gunu performed songs including Salamatu, Beautiful, Dingo, and Abela.

The search for this year’s dancing queen begins on August 1 in the Oti Region before the search train heads to the other 15 regions of Ghana. At the end of the search, 60 plus-sized women will be chosen and housed for four months.

Former Di Asa Contestants and other guests could not help but join them during their time on the stage.

Di Asa, the dance competition for plus-sized market women, has become a very popular show for not only encouraging body positivity but helping the contestants to shed some weight and stay healthy. It has drawn a lot of eyeballs for Atinka TV.

Speaking at the launch which also saw performances from the past contestants and some up and coming artists, Deputy Managing Director of Atinka Media Village Kwame Nsiah Apau, said the ultimate winner for Season 5 will receive a saloon car, the first runner up will get a mini truck and the third-place winner will walk away with a tricycle.

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