- 2 toddlers have gone viral after photos of them weeping bitterly throughout a paid photoshoot were shared on social media
- They were dressed up beautifully and taken out to shoot nice photos but it all went down the drain
- Social media users have been reacting non-stop under the thread of the photos
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Photos of two toddlers weeping uncontrollably during a photoshoot that was organized and paid for, for them have gathered massive reactions online.
The pictures sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of OMGVoice made it apparent that all attempts were made to calm the two babies to no avail.
The spot where they were to shoot the photos, as well as their postures, were varied but that did not stop the determine weepers from wailing.
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Many people have been pouring out their thoughts over the absolutely rib-cracking pictures.
Abigail Tessa Aluya said hilariously that the photographer's face was, probably, what was scaring the young chaps
Sista Ewoe indicates she learned from the experience of the toddlers that they were supposed to get to the venue early and have lots of fun before the photos are shot.
Kofi Akonu explained that getting children to cry at their age is reasonably difficult most of the time and the trick is to put a funny character in front of them (behind the photographer)
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, Tɔgbui Tsali, a renowned traditional priest Ewe descent, has his history dating as far back as 1695 when he worked mystical powers just as his twin brother named Tsala.
In an interview that was conducted by Ghanaweb.com, Tɔgbui Kumassah, one of the respected chiefs of Anlo recounted some of the mysterious deeds of Tɔgbui Tsali.
According to the historian who speaks for the Awɔmefia of Anlo, Togbi Sri III, Tsali could make plants grow within a day and bear fruits for food, among other shocking miracles.
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