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#SoHip #List | 5 celebs' booties that will make you shout ASSFRICA!!!

January 04, 2015 MissJackee 2 Comments



2014 was incontestably the year of big booties. There were so many of them we couldn’t enter 2015 without passing in review some of the most amazing African ladies lumps. Here are 5 great booties that will make you shout ASSFRICA!!!

#5 Wema Sepetu

Don’t be fooled by Miss Tanzania 2006 Wema Sepetu’s skinny frame; she too got some junk in her trunk. She's never too pressed to show it off, but we noticed and gave her the 5th place.


#4 Majoie Ayi

This Cameroonian Bikutsi artist knows how to involve her butt in some intricate dance moves on her music videos. She doesn’t just have it, she also knows how to work it. Majoie Ayi is our favorite 4th hot booty.



#3 Juliet Ibrahim

Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim’s bootyliciousness has always been a hot topic. No doubt it will continue to make headlines. She is number 3.


#2 Vera Sidika

Vera Sidika became famous after she appeared in the music video for the song ‘You Guy’ by Kenyan hip-hop group P-Unit, released in 2012. Since then, her booty has gained popularity on its own. She is our number 2.

#1 Corazon Kwamboka

Her curves are jaw droppers and she made sure to flaunt them on the Kenyan entertainment scene in 2014. Model/Socialite Corazon Kwamboka has the type of booty that is hard to forget. She rightfully gets the 1st spot.





2 comments:

  1. This list is incomplete. Please go and research about Joselyn Dumas from Ghana and Toolz from Nigeria.

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  2. Thanks for the observation. Will take your request!

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