- Rashida Black Beauty said her mother died three months after she Rashida gave birth to her daughter
- She said it was a hard time for her especially that she had no one to support her care for the baby
- Rashida also told the events leading to her discovering that she was pregnant
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Former internet sensation Rashida Black Beauty has told the sad story of how her mother died after she Rashida had her baby.
According to Rashida, she did not even know that she was pregnant because she was living a normal life and going to school at the same time.
However, her mother saw the symptoms and told her that she was pregnant.
After testing, she realised that she was indeed pregnant and was advised by her mother to keep the pregnancy.
“My mother drew my attention that I was pregnant. I took the test and saw that it was true. So, she told me to give birth because she doesn’t even have any grandchild and I agreed,” Rashida narrated in an interview seen by YEN.com.gh on Kofi TV.
Sadly, the mother died just three months after Rashida had given birth, bringing her so much pain.
The young lady also said life has become so hard for her and her child and now, she is looking for sponsorship to either go back to school or learn a trade.
She was more convinced that learning a trade for a year or two is the way to go so that she can look after herself and the baby she had with her boyfriend Kushman.
Please, fast-forward to the 6th minute to watch Rashida speak:
Rashida became an internet sensation after she recorded a video to insult her boyfriend Kushman who jilted him for another girl.
She was awarded for that viral video by an award scheme organised by former Viasat 1 TV.
Many months after their fight and attacks, Rashida got herself impregnated by Kushman again and they had the baby girl.
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