- A man named Adams was spotted in Tamale carrying his lover for 3 hours to watch Stonebwoy perform
- The rather inspiring act of love happened at the 2019 BHIM Concert
- The lady who was costumed like a typical 'slay queen' has not had her name disclosed
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A gentleman was spotted with his lover on his neck during the BHIM Concert 2019 in Tamale for a duration of about three solid hours.
According to CelebritiesBuzz.com, the man is named Adams but the name of the lady has not been disclosed.
The picture has gone viral and has invited intriguing reactions from many social media users.
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It is not clear what exactly Adam's motivation was to be able to sustain the heavy weight of a mature human being for that long.
What is also interesting is how the lady appeared not to have asked to be let down for a while so that Adams rests his neck a bit.
She simply sat comfortably and enjoyed the show from beginning to end. Needless to say, the dressing and hairstyle of the lady resembles that of a typical 'slay queen'
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Many people go several lengths to express love to their loved ones but this looks like another step beyond the ordinary.
Lately, there have been a number of interesting news articles on the issue of love.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that talented actor and gospel artist Joseph Mensah popularly known as Anadwo Bogya has narrated in an interview that his wife was snatched from him by another gospel artist.
Joseph Mensah and his wife called Megalina got married at a young age and have produced 3 beautiful children together. The 'intruder' whose name has been identified as Big Ernest has taken away Joseph's love of life as Joseph narrated sadly.
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