YEN.com.gh has sighted photos some social media users say are of a 'sakawa' boy, who they say was the boyfriend of the late social media slay queen, Charlotte Abena Woodey.
Abena Woodey died after a short illness last week, and some of her friends and followers have suggested that there was foul play involved.
The young man whose name is yet to be verified was spotted in a video, cruising in a car with with Abena Woodey, when she was alive.
The slay queen was seen dancing as she self-recorded and was seen with an iPhone on her lap.
Some social media have claimed that the iPhone on her lap which was captured in the video was was used by the alleged 'sakawa' boy (internet fraudster) to lure her.
They claim the boy later used her for rituals, leading to her death. YEN.com.gh could not verify any of the claims.
One of the photos of the alleged boyfriend of the late slay queen showed him posing close to a Mercedes Benz.
He has however come out to distance himself from Abena Woodey's death and has made it clear that he had no hand whatsoever in the unfortunate incident but rather went to show support.
YEN.com.gh reported that the popular lady on social media, died after she fell ill momentarily.
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Abena Woodey, who was widely known is reported to have died after battling with some illness, which is yet to be disclosed.
Although the cause of death is currently not known, some social media users have latched on to a conspiracy theory that the young lady died as a result of her relationship with 'Sakawa' boys.
One Facebook user also claimed that Abena Woodey died after she went in for the boyfriend of a certain lady and was cursed as a result.
Her last video which was sighted on Facebook showed when she was full of life and while celebrating her birthday with friends.
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