Heat is a trending jam in Ghana right now and many Ghanaians have taken to social media to post videos of themselves dancing to the song. Wendy Shay usually shares some of these videos on her IG Page.
The video sees young secondary school girls pulling their clothes off as they dance to the song. The surprising part is that the video was made while these beautiful girls were still in the school premises.
They were in love with the song to the extent that they pulled off their shirts to show how they were feeling the song. It seems it is also their favourite song at the moment. Watch the video here
In the caption, Wendy Shay praised these young girls as they danced to the song. She also wished that she went to a Ghanaian secondary school. The caption reads "Sometimes how I wish I went to SHS in Ghana. Vibes".
Surely, these young girls are big fans of Wendy Shay. But the real question here is; is it right for these girls to take off their clothes just because they wanted to dance to their favorite song? Well, you can't blame them, we all have different ways of vibing to our favorite songs.
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