- YEN.com.gh has come across a video of a female University of Ghana student slapping her boyfriend with slippers
- In the video, the young female student was heard complaining about the guy cheating on her, a reason for her action
- In their hostel room, the young girl assaulted the boy as he sat quietly and did not retaliate the assault
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A female University of Ghana student is currently trending after she was captured assaulting her boyfriend.
In the video, the young lady was seen beating the young man with bathroom slippers as she complained about him cheating.
In what seemed like one of their hostel rooms, the boy sat down quietly as the girl slapped him with the slippers severally.
While she assaulted him, she complained about how the young man has been chasing other girls on campus.
She lamented about the cheating character of the young man, claiming he was accepted but still goes out to other girls.
The young lady further insulted the young man, claiming she does not know what the ladies like about him.
The video which has since gone viral was condemned by many social media users as they jabbed the girl.
They expressed disappointment in the girl for going to the extent of slapping the young man with slippers.
While the young girl physically and verbally assaulted the young man, he did nothing to stopped her.
Other girls were in the room when the young lady acted hostile as one tried to stop her at a point but she refused.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Lilwin after he asked for forgiveness from Kwaku Manu.
In an Instagram post, Lilwin asked that himself and Kwaku Manu should reunite and push the movie industry forward.
He accused movie producers and directors of causing the problem and division between himself and Kwaku Manu.
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