Video of pretty lady who got surprise of her life as birthday cake turns into money goes viral

Video of pretty lady who got surprise of her life as birthday cake turns into money goes viral

- A video of lady who received a surprise of her life on her birthday has emerged online

- The video shows the lady pulling cash from her birthday cake as her friends cheered and celebrated with her

- The video is fast gaining traction on social media

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A video of lady who received a surprise of her life on her birthday has been spotted online. The exciting video shows a lady with her birthday cake filled with cash.

This appears to be the new trend for many couples who had celebrated their birthdays.

While it has become somewhat cumbersome to find the best birthday gifts for stylish partners due to modern trends, some are finding creative means to surprise their partners for their special days.

Previously, YEN.com.gh had reported about how the Executive Director of Millennium Promise Alliance, Chief Nathaniel Ebo Nsarko, had left his wife in utter awe amid goosebumps with a surprise birthday party.

Chief Nathaniel Ebo Nsarko climaxed the stunning birthday party with a cake full of cash.

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The latest video of a young lady gleefully pulling money stashed in her birthday cake while her loved ones cheered on may just be another case that this has become a trend that is here to stay.

In the video, the young lady, who seemed very surprised, was captured pulling out uncountable cash from her birthday cake.

The exciting video is fast gaining attention online.

In another story, Ghana's highlife grandpapa, Reggie Rockstone, has finally responded to critics after images of his innovation went viral.

Earlier, YEN.com.com reported that the emergence of the striking photos of waakye packaged in jars had social media buzzing and had evoked varied views from Ghanaians.

Usually, waakye vendors sell waakye in packs or leaves called katemfe leaves or polythene bags and many were triggered after sighting photos of waakye in glass jars.

The images generated a lot of buzz with #waakyelivesmatter trending at Number 1 on Ghana Twitter on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, as many wondered the person behind the innovation.

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