- An angry boyfriend has seized a TV and pressing iron he bought for his girlfriend
- This is because the girl refused to go over to his house to wash his dirty clothes
- The lady is seeking help to retrieve the items
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A young lady has complained that her boyfriend has seized a TV set and pressing iron he bought for her recently.
She said the guy angrily stormed her house to take back the items when she refused to go over to his house to wash his dirty clothes.
The angry lady mentioned the name of the boyfriend as Ernest who lives at Obuasi Danquah Estate.
The lady shared her sad story with Nana Aba Anamoah who shared it on her Instagram page.
She craved the indulgence of Ghanaians on how she can get the items back.
Some interested persons have advised her on what to do.
Pablo, for instance, said the girl better let go because the boyfriend is still a kid:
pablosolomonnarh: "That person you call your boyfriend doesn't know the definition of life, let it go, sorry."
Black said the boyfriend took the items for other reasons than just the washing of clothes:
black.brother_: "We all know it wasn’t just the clothes."
Rasta advised the lady to leave the boyfriend:
worthyrasta: "Tv mpo nieooooo na car sister sperki woho na gyai no worthyrasta."
Nene described the boyfriend as a “villager” in the Akan language:
nene_korkor: "grandmaster of nkurasisem."
Jessy was shocked: "jessyykar: “It has ova me ooh eei.”
Meanwhile, it appears it has become the norm nowadays for some men to take back what they gave to their girlfriends when the relationship fails.
The ladies end up feeling cheated because they cannot go back to undo all the things and services they rendered to the men during the relationship.
In other news, Nana Aba has leaked a video of Serwaa Amihere sleeping deeply in her makeup.
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