When it comes to body positivity and freedom, Ghanaian UK-based singer, Stephanie Benson is no stranger. She has been pictured countless times showing off her body and looking sizzling hot while doing it.
It is therefore not surprising that she walked unto the set of her hit song, “One More” naked and ready to risk it all with reggae/dancehall singer, Samini.
Stephanie, who is back in the country, told host on Asempa FM, that she did not hold back during the video shoot for the song.
“It was two days filming, the first scene was in the house and by the pool and the second one was in the bedroom. So initially we had a bath scene where we did photoshoots. He was in the bath wearing shorts and I walked in and when he saw me I was wearing a housecoat but I took it off.
‘I was totally naked. I wasn’t wearing a pant. There was not even hair on my body so naked. He’s seen everything but the guy is cool. It is just a body. I stepped in and sat on his lap. He wasn’t expecting me to come in naked so what he said was Akua you are bad. I just said we are going to have fun so if you’re a little uncomfortable because you don’t know how far I will go, relax let me lead the way and he let me lead,” Stephanie narrated.
According to Stephanie, showing off her nakedness has become easy for her after birthing five children.
“Please I’ve given birth to five children, doctors and nurses have seen my vagina all these years so when they see my body what’s the big deal,” she said.
Touching on her experience during the shoot, Stephanie confirmed that they were both aroused because there was a lot of touching and kissing on set.
“People were complaining but I was enjoying kissing the man. Samini’s penis works perfectly fine and I can attest to that. He was very hard when he laid on me on set and I felt it. Both of us were aroused. We were extremely aroused. The juices were flowing for both parties,” she stated.
Mccall Kwadzo is the editor-in-chief for Mccall Kwadzo.com. Been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and celebss spaces since 2017.