An Instagram sensation and Ghanaian big girl, Vickie Ama, has taken to social media to lament about some fraudulent people who are using her pictures, especially nude pictures of hers to defraud people on platforms like Facebook. Instagram queen Vickie Ama.
Ama is known to flaunt her boobs on Instagram not minding what you or anyone else has to say. The now ‘public figure’ with enormous mammary glands, born to a Ghanaian father and a Nigerian mother, in a mail sent to Potpourri, cried out that she’s very sad about the development and would want to warn people, especially her fans and followers on social media to be wary of such people.
Instagram queen Vickie Ama
Yes! The ebony beauty has lots of followers and she seems to be concerned about them.
Here’s what she said, “Nobody has my nude photos. These people go about asking people for money in exchange for my nude photos. I don’t have a Facebook account, I don’t even have a Facebook app on my phone.
“Anybody that sees me on Facebook should know it is not me. I use only Instagram and Snapchat, I don’t even have a Whatsapp number,” she added.
Recall that her enormous nipples had led a lot of her followers into suggesting she may have had cosmetic surgery done on her boobs. Her numerous followers on Instagram can’t seem to get enough of her huge boobs and unusually long nipples.
But she had earlier debunked the ‘nipple surgery’ claim in a chat with the Punch, saying: “All what you see is God-given. I am naturally endowed and I don’t have any regrets about that. Right from my early teenage years, I realised that my boobs were bigger than those of most of my mates and I was always getting attention because of them.
“I wasn’t initially comfortable with all the stares that came my way, but I have gotten used to them over time.”
On the perception that she is always posting provocative pictures to tease men, she said, “I am just being me. Don’t you post your pictures on social media?
“So, because I have big boobs, I shouldn’t take pictures again? Anybody that doesn’t like it doesn’t have to follow me. It’s not by force,” Ama had said.