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Feli Nuna To Give Away GHC10,000 For #TowelChallenge

Feli Nuna, Off Da Ground signed singer, has set a high price for her new song “Towel Challenge.”

The talented singer, who officially release her new music on May 11, 2022, was surprisingly seen in a towel during her first interview on GHOneTv.

Listen and Stream: https://fanlink.to/TowelSZN
Explaining her reason for being in a towel, she stated that it is “Towel Season,” as her recently released song is titled “Towel.” She didn’t stop there; she wore it to Joy Prime, Okay FM, and the streets as well.

Just yesterday, Fuse ODG, CEO of Off Da Ground Record Label, announced on his Twitter page that he is giving away GHC 10,000 to Ghanaians who make Feli Nuna’s Towel Challenge interesting and fun with their individual videos.

He tweeted; I want to give away 10,000GHS to my GH🇬🇭 ppl NOW! BUT we have to make it interesting & fun coz it’s Friday! Just take a video of U in a Towel while vibing to @FeliNuna’s new song TOWEL 🥳 The first faya video we see gets 1000ghs, the rest we distribute accordingly #TowelChallenge
Many Ghanaians have already joined the trend after a twitter male user with the handle @Mr_Man_O was the first to post his video, making him the first to win 1000GHC.
Feli Nuna’s towel song is all about self-care. Self-care is defined as the ability of individuals, families, and communities to promote health, prevent disease, and maintain health by eating well and engaging in relaxing activities that can help manage stress levels.

Feli Nuna, born Felicia Nuna Akosua Tawiah, has appeared on major stages across Ghana, including the Ghana Music Awards Nominees Concert, the 4styte Music Video Awards, Coke Studio Africa, the Yaws Fashion Show in Gambia, the Asia-Africa Youth Festival in China, and many others.

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