Before & after video of stunning lady who was destroyed by drugs stirs reactions online

Before & after video of stunning lady who was destroyed by drugs stirs reactions online

- Amanda, a 24-year-old beautiful lady was seriously destroyed affected getting addicted to drugs for 4 months

- Videos of her were documented by a photographer by name Soft White Underbelly who says his ultimate goal is to stop such incidents from happening

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Amanda, a 24-year-old lady has been destroyed by drugs after getting addicted for four months as a heartbreaking video of her has caused a massive stir on the internet.

The video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Youtube shows how the young woman was recorded by a photographer called Soft White Underbelly, showing her various stages of deterioration with the 4-month span.

Whilst doing crack cocaine, Amanda also revealed she became a prostitute and interestingly, she looked almost unrecognizable after a short period of engaging in the activities.

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There has been a lot of backlash on Soft White Underbelly after he documented the lady's life over the saddest period in her entire life.

It appears that the renowned photographer anticipated that that lots of people would be accusing him of exploiting the girl with her story.

In his defence, Soft White Underbelly stated his goal for documenting the videos, saying "goal is to make people who are strong and capable, wake up so that they can create changes that can prevent this from happening to the next generation of children".

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In another report, the total number of the novel coronavirus cases in Ghana has jumped from 1,279 to 1,550 as 271 more cases of the global pandemic have been recorded in the country.

In the latest update by the Ghana Health Service, the total number of recoveries and deaths have also changed since the last update as they have moved to 155 and 11 respectively.

This suggests this in summary, 271 new cases have been recorded from the backlog of tests still being cleared whilst 21 more patients have fully recovered and one more person has died.

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