- A lady in Ghana whose name is withheld has been captured in a video vomiting money
- It is said that she developed the 'condition' after returning from her boyfriend who is alleged to be a 'sakawa' boy
- She visibly looked so uncomfortable in the video to the extent of removing her clothes in order to feel better
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A video fast going viral on social media shows a Ghanaian lady throwing up money after reportedly returning from her boyfriend who is alleged to be into 'sakawa'.
The video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzz_gh shows that the lady was in great discomfort as the money kept exuding from her belly.
She was screaming and wailing, seeking for the extreme unrest she was experiencing to calm but that was not to be.
Watch the video below:
The lady whose name is not disclosed was so restless to the point that she started taking off all her attires in the bid to get herself calmed a little.
Another lady who recorded the footage was heard asking about which exact 'game boy' the lady had gone to and what he did to her.
It appeared that the girl vomiting the money wanted to respond but she was visibly in too much pain to be able to compose herself and say anything sensible.
It should be said, however, that as real as the video appears, it is still possible that the lady was acting the entire show.
In another unbelievable report by YEN.com.gh, a stunning Ghanaian lady simply identified as Nadia has passed on during childbirth after tying the knot in an amazing wedding ceremony earlier this year, 2020.
In a sad report sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of Ghanaian social media activist, Inusah Kate Gyamfua, it is indicated that the baby survived and has been kept in an incubator.
Hundreds of reactions quickly poured all over the post as many Ghanaians were shocked by the news of such a fresh marriage ending in an abrupt sorrowful end.
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