Fantana gets massive backlash for near-naked dress on social media

June 3rd 2022, 11:05:00 am

The internet hasn’t been at ease after the appearance of Fantana cladded in a nearly naked dress on the streets of Nigeria surfaced online.


Popular Ghanaian singer and influencer, Francine Koffie popularly known as Fantana, caused a massive stir on the internet with her revealing outfits on the streets of Lagos, Nigeria.

The 'so what' singer was sighted in photos she shared on her social media page, Instagram, wearing a near-naked outfit which left her sides openly bare with just ropes holding the outfit.

The multi-colored provocative dress left the sides of her boobs, tummy and hips showing in the outfits with its length shorter than a hour or two.

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Montana has been one of the celebrities who feel very comfortable in her skin and her choice of clothes validates that. She is found mostly in outfits that shows more skin.

As much as revealing clothes has become a thing in fashion, other people seem to have a great hate for this kind of style culture and that was what Fantana was subjected to after sharing the photos.

Fantana's recent photos has generated a lot of conversations online especially under the post of celebrity blogger, Nkonkonsa.

Here are some comments:


"Hmmmmm ladies BECAREFUL! this isn’t life,seek ye Gids kingdom n his righteousness.what will profit u if u gain all the world and lose ur soul? Whoever is reading this, take a man and think ,all shall pass,stay prayed up and work on the salvation of your soul.tomorrow isn’t promised."


"So how do people go out in this n don’t feel ashamed. Just wanna know o"


"So what at all are some of you ladies collecting in this world, that make you dress like that? Yesu!!"


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"Excuse me, but she has dress like a night hoke up lady on street"


"No man from a true African home will ever take this thing home"

Daniel Nti
A photo model turned lifestyle writer with an eye for fashion trends, world cultures, languages, food, oceans, wild spaces and urban places by nature.


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