Henewaa Piesie says she cannot live anymore after verbal attack on Selly Galley

Henewaa Piesie says she cannot live anymore after verbal attack on Selly Galley

- The lady who called Selly Galley barren and bad-looking has said that she cannot live anymore

- It, however, does not appear that the lady is giving any hint of taking her life as the post is interpreted by some people

- Since Selly's curse was put out, Piesie has been seeking all means to render a proper apology.

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Henewaa Piesie, the lady who said that Selly Galley, the wife of Praye Tiatia, was barren and not good-looking has said that she cannot live anymore.

Piesie, who became infamous after her comment went viral on social media, made the statement on her official Instagram handle sighted by YEN.com.gh.

According to the lady, the world has become very dark for her and she cannot imagine living here any longer.

See the post below:

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It does not appear that the lady is truly giving a hint of taking her life as many tend to interpret her post as she added emojis of herself laughing and also asked for forgiveness in the caption she attached to the photo.

As YEN.com.gh previously reported, Selly Galley took to her Instagram handle to put out a well-written curse on Henewaa Piesie, wishing her extreme suffering in life.

Henewaa Piesie's comment clearly pierced Selly's heart to the core and since Selly's curse came out, Piesie has been seeking all means to render a proper apology.

Henewaa Piesie says she cannot live anymore after verbal attack on Selly Galley

Henewaa Piesie says she cannot live anymore after verbal attack on Selly Galley Source: Instagram, henewaa_piesie2
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, Frederick Abila, a 16-year-old Ghanaian created Daily Gh Buzz, a fully customized e-commerce store which allows other vendors to sell their items for free to generate income.

Information obtained by YEN.com.gh confirms that the website has several payment options including mobile money which is used mostly in Ghana for online transactions.

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Abila, the 16-year-old ambitious young man is not putting any ads on the site, because according to him, he undertook this project solely to help society and promote businesses.

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