Married man allegedly shot dead by sidechic's boyfriend on girls bed

Married man allegedly shot dead by sidechic's boyfriend on girls bed

- A married man has allegedly been shot dead by the boyfriend of his sidechic

- The deceased was reportedly shot dead in the sidechic's room after the boyfriend met him there

A man has reportedly met his untimely death after his girlfriend's lover found him on the bed of the sidechic.

According to information making rounds on social media, the man who has a wife and kids was shot dead on the sidechic's bed after her boyfriend came to meet him.

The deceased, identified by many on social media as Elder, was reportedly resting on the bed of the sidechic when the shooter came to meet.

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A Facebook user, Obaayaa Agyeiwaa Kodie, who shared a photo, claimed the man visited the sidechic at her house and ended up spending the night. Unknown to the elder, the lady also had another boyfriend who caught them.

It turned out he is a crazy guy who had a gun on him. He shot the man right on the bed of the girlfriend with no remorse.

"RIP to this fine man…. Information reaching is that he has a wife and kids plus a side chick, he went to twerp his side chick and her room and slept over, the side chick too have a man with a gun, he came to see this man in his woman’s room and shot him at the the spot. He left his kids n wife n died over another tw3….this s how he's gonna explain himself to amorchi Hmmmm???Salomey fo) you tiiisssss

The news of the married man's death has caused a stir on social media with many expressing their surprise at the deceased's infidelity.

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Meanwhile, a young lady from Hohoe in the Volta region, Pearl Sedinam Lulu mysteriously passed away just a few hours to her wedding on Saturday, July 6, 2019.

Lulu. a teacher by profession was scheduled to have a white wedding with her partner, Mawufemor Kosi Wampah in Ho following a traditional ceremony on Friday, July 5, in Hohoe.

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