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Students Get Loose at Grown & Sexy Pool Party

By jamati - Written by Ameyaw Debrah

Students of the University of Ghana, Legon, let their hair loose at pool party

Radio Univers, the campus radio station of the University of Ghana organised a barbeque pool party in Accra for students and listeners of the Grown & Sexy radio show. Grown & Sexy is an adult themed radio programme that talks about issues concerning the sexuality of students, relationships as well as provide a platform for students to hook up.

The Grown & Sexy Pool Party pulled together a sizeable number of hot girls and guys who weren’t afraid to strut their stuff and take a dip the pool. They were ready to prove how grown and sexy they were, and when it was time to boogie it was all bumping and grinding. The hosts of the radio show, Dr Carl and Escobar were in the house to steer the Grown and Sexy boat.





Some of the hottest emcees and crusaders of Ghana’s emerging hip-hop genre, popularly known as GH Rap, were on hand to drop some wicked lyrics and rhymes. The likes of Scientific, Myth, and Quata exhibited their rap skills as they took the mic in turns to thrill their grown and sexy audience with some equally grown and sexy lyrics. Later the Grown & Sexy train moved to one of Accra’s hottest nightclubs for the after party, where they danced the night away.

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