Ghanaian lady makes breakup song for her ex after she got a 'better' man when he dumped her

Ghanaian lady makes breakup song for her ex after she got a 'better' man when he dumped her

- Shugwa, a young lady in Ghana, has composed a song for her former boyfriend after he left her

- According to the lyrics of the song titled May3 Fine, the gentleman thought things would fall apart for the lady and she would cry over the breakup

- Instead, Shugwa indicates that she is much better off and has gotten a new man she considers better

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A young Ghanaian lady identified as Shugwa has come up with a song for her former boyfriend after he left her thinking nothing good would happen to her.

YEN.com.gh sighted the song titled May3 Fine (I am fine) on the official Instagram handle of Shugwa as the music is beginning to gather heat online.

It should be said that the song is actually very melodious for a young woman who has just chosen to venture into the industry.

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Shugwa now believes her ex is the one suffering from a broken heart after seeing her move on rather than spending time crying for getting dumped.

May3 Fine features another dope artiste recognized as Oman and has already gotten its first play on radio on the popular radio station Live FM.

Although a quick glance at the social media handles of Shugwa shows that the lady has less than 1,000 followers on Instagram and not up to 100 on Twitter, it is thought that the song might just be her breakthrough as it is well-crafted.

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In another report by YEN.com.gh, a young Ghanaian lady by name Roselyn Yeboah has graduated with a master's degree in Materials Engineering from the University of British Columbia in Canada.

According to Roselyn, in a narration sighted by YEN.com.gh on her LinkedIn handle, her graduation took place on June 17, 2020, three years after she was granted full tuition by a professor at the university that she had never met.

Roselyn recalls that Professor David Dreisinger took a chance on her and gave her the opportunity to do the master's under his supervision with full funding.

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