- A video has emerged of a groom's baby mama causing a stir at his wedding to another woman
- In the video, the baby mama can be heard calling the groom out for avoiding them and she mentions their child
- The footage has gained attention on social media
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A video has surfaced of a beautiful couple whose wedding ceremony was disrupted by the baby mama of the groom.
The video opens with the officiating pastor declaring blessing while the couple is exchanging vows to officially become husband and wife.
Almost everything seemed well organised as the beautiful couple tied the knot at the blissful ceremony.
Suddenly, a female voice from the guests can be heard claiming she is the baby mama of the groom.
While she does not give many details about herself, she was clear about her relationship status with the groom.
In the video, the woman is heard rhetorically asking if the groom has forgotten about their baby.
''Really Anthony. You’re acting like you don’t know me. You’ve forgotten about me. And I’ve got your baby,'' the lady decries.
Guests at the wedding ceremony can be heard expressing unpleasant undercurrent distress about the woman's sudden outburst.
A scene in the dramatic video also shows a woman angrily storming out from the pulpit as she throws a mini-bag at the alleged baby mama of the groom.
Watch video below:
In another story, a young lady, simply identified as Yaa, has been celebrated after she graduated with second class honours from a renowned university.
Yaa, who happens to be related to Ghana’s former Electoral Commission (EC) chairperson, Charlotte Osei, has been hailed by the highly respected global leader.
The young lady recently earned her Bachelor of Law (LLB) with first class from a prestigious university and her accomplishment has been hailed by many on social media.
In a post on social media, Ghana's former EC boss, Charlotte Osei, announced Yaa has completed her years of learning and has finally earned her degree.
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