Pastor’s wife allegedly sends her nude video into a WhatsApp group

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A Ghanaian pastor’s wife, Osofo Maame intended to send the video to another person, but it landed in the Whatsapp group.
There’s a story about the nude video of a Ghanaian Pastor’s wife, Osofo Maame, that was sent into a Whatsapp group by herself accidentally.

According to Ghanacelebrities.com who broke the story, the woman is the wife of a popular pastor and it wasn’t clear whom the video was actually meant for, but in one way or the other, it landed in the group and has since gone viral.
It is not understood why why she even decided to record the compromising video of herself but a lot of people had the thought that she was recording for her husband or probably some other person as it would be quite unbelievable to note that a pastor would request for a seductive nude video of his wife over the internet.

According to reports from sources who have seen the video, Osofo Maame was seen playing with herself in the video and also dancing, with her baby crying in the background.

Well, Osofo Maame is reported to have been traumatic over the deadly mistake she made as the video has circulated all over Ghana and it is very certain members of her husband’s church must have seen their Mummy G.O in her total glory.

At a point in life, some people find their naked photos and videos on the internet. This can be so traumatic and may lead to suicide if adequate counseling is not given. According to Emma Sadlier, who is a social media law expert, when you are going to get yourself involved in sexting, you should take precaution to avoid your contents getting on the internet.

Source: blackswag.com.ng

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