- Sharon Godwin, an influencer on Twitter has caused a massive stir by narrating how she got her boyfriend
- According to the young woman, her man was another woman's boyfriend, but she pursued him and was able to win his heart
- Many people criticized Sharon for her act with some even warning that the man will leave her for another girl as he did to his ex-girlfriend
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A lady identified on Twitter as Sharon Godwin has narrated that she got her boyfriend by snatching him from his then-girlfriend who posted him on social media.
According to Sharon, when she saw the man's picture, he looked so nice that she decided to message him. They started talking and eventually, the gentleman dumped his girl for her.
Sharon Godwin took the opportunity to hilariously caution ladies who have been 'advertising' their lovers online to keep doing it as the 'snatchers' would also be winning the men's hearts.
See Sharon's entire narration in the tweet below:
The post caused a massive stir online as thousands of people reacted and poured out their views, praises, criticism and pieces of advice under the thread.
Warwegetha warned Sharon that if the boy was capable of leaving his girl for her, he could do the same against her.
According to M I C H U, Sharon would lose the man the same way she was able to win his heart:
Eja Osan chose to play smart and asked Sharon Godwin to share a photo of the man so that she will check 'something'. It is clear she wanted to serve Sharon a doze of her own medicine.
In other news, more than 200 cases of cerebrospinal meningitis have been recorded in Ghana with 33 Ghanaians confirmed dead in the Upper West Region alone as country battles COVID-19.
In a news report by Citifmonline.com, the Upper West Regional Director of Health, Dr Osei Kuffuor Afreh, mentions that the situation seems to be getting out of hand mainly because of the extreme focus on the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
Dr Osei Kuffuor Afreh indicates that his outfit has intensified education in the region after the 33 cerebrospinal meningitis deaths were recorded.
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